With "low-hanging fruit" already gone, Pentagon seeks $60B in savings

08/6/2009 | Reuters

Pentagon efforts to free up $60 billion for anti-insurgency efforts could lead to more pressure for weapons cuts, Reuters reports. But as Congress adds billions in funding for programs the Pentagon doesn't want, some experts say it will be easier to wring savings from maintenance cuts and base closures rather than big-ticket weapons systems.

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