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Obama Tries to Stop the F-22 From Coming Back to Life

Just as it did with the Senate’s defense authorization bill, the White House released a statement warning the House Appropriations Committee against placing any

Jul 31, 2020
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Just as it did with the Senate’s defense authorization bill, the White House released a statement warning the House Appropriations Committee against placing any money for the F-22 fighter jet — which the Senate killed— into its companion legislation:
The Administration strongly objects to $369 million in unrequested advanced procurement funding provided for 12 F-22 fighter aircraft in FY 2011, rather than ending the production program as requested by the President. The collective judgment of the Service Chiefs and Secretaries of the military departments has determined that 187 F-22s are sufficient to meet operational requirements.
The White House underlined that in the original because it’s really ticked off.
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