Obama's $400 billion cut plays it safe
from Defense News
When U.S. President Barack Obama ordered a $400 billion cut to defense spending, he picked a number that was defensible and yet relatively easy to reach. Meeting that goal will require just a small real drop in planned spending over a decade, according to the White House, or simply keeping growth flat, one analyst found. It won't require a strategic overhaul, although the president also ordered a review of military missions and capabilities in his April 13 speech.
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