Conservatives: Cuts to big war weapons would send wrong message

08/4/2010 | Washington Times, The

As Defense Secretary Robert Gates works to find savings in the Pentagon's budget, he is reportedly not ruling out big war weapons systems such as the next-generation ballistic-missile submarine and one or two of the Navy's 11 active carrier strike groups. Some pro-defense conservatives say the cuts would send the wrong message to countries such as China, Russia and other potential adversaries.

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