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F/A-18 to the Joint Strike Fighter - Navy Expects Large Drop InStrike Fighter Investment



 
 
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Default F/A-18 to the Joint Strike Fighter - Navy Expects Large Drop InStrike Fighter Investment

from http://www.insidedefense.com/
Report: Navy Expects Large Drop In Strike Fighter Investment After
FY-13 (Updated)
DefenseAlert, Feb. 2, 2010 -- The Navy is projecting a drop of about
$2 billion in fighter aircraft investment between fiscal years 2013
and 2014, as well as an overall 10 percent decline over the next 10
years, as the service transitions from the F/A-18 to the Joint Strike
Fighter, according to the Pentagon's 30-year aviation outlook,
obtained today by Inside the Navy.
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