The increase may be short lived because of the mounting national debt, said Loren Thompson, a defense industry consultant and an analyst at the Lexington Institute.
“This budget gives the military pretty much everything it wanted — readiness for today, new weapons for tomorrow,” Thompson said. “Even if it gets revised to match Congress’ recent two-year budget deal, happy days are here again for America’s military — at least for now.”
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