DEFENSE: Budgeteering at 4GWAR

March 5, 2014 at 11:29 am 1 comment

2015 Defense Budget

Defense Department officials brief reporters on the 2015 budget at the Pentagon. (Defense Dept. photo by Staff Sgt. Sean K. Harp)

Defense Department officials brief reporters on the 2015 budget at the Pentagon.
(Defense Dept. photo by Staff Sgt. Sean K. Harp)

President Obama’s budget request for the 2015 Fiscal Year starting in October came out Tuesday (March 4) and your 4GWAR editor was very busy at the Pentagon yesterday picking up information and writing — for other people.

To see what we wrote about for the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (the droids, drones and ‘bots people)  click here:

To see what we did for Aviation Week’s website  on Army programs in the 2015 budget, click here. The Av Week site has a whole page dedicated to 2015 defense budget information.

Here at 4GWAR, we’ll be addressing the budget and what it means for counter terrorism efforts at the Defense Department and other U.S. agencies (including the Department of Homeland Security) on Monday.

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