Defense cuts could hit Army and weapons programs, Lynn says

10/4/2011 | Defense News

Deputy Secretary of Defense William Lynn says the Pentagon will continue to invest in long-range strike capabilities and cyberwarfare skills but that cuts to defense spending will likely result in a smaller Army and will hit weapons modernization programs. "It's clear we're going to move toward smaller force structures," Lynn said. "It's clear we're going to have to trim modernization programs to some degree, and it's clear we're going to have to take a careful look at military compensation and benefits."

View Full Article in:

Defense News

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Government & Nonprofit

Job Title Company Location
Leadership Programs Manager
National LGBTQ Task Force
Washington, DC
Executive Director
New York City Anti-Violence Project
New York, NY
Senior Reliability Program Specialist
FedEx Express
Memphis, TN
Supplier Diversity Fellow
National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
Washington, DC
Affiliate Relations, External Affairs, & Policy Fellow
National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
Washington, DC