Pentagon wants sharp cuts in F/A-22 program

12/29/2004 |

The Pentagon has indicated it wants to reduce spending on the F/A-22 fighter jet program, the New York Times reports. The jets, built by a team led by Lockheed Martin, cost $258 million each. One analyst said the Pentagon may decide to cut the number of planes produced. Congress still must approve any cuts.

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