Debt Ceiling May Leave $16 Billion in Pentagon Programs Unfunded

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The bipartisan bill to address the debt limit could leave a list of low-priority defense projects worth approximately $16 billion unfunded, Reuters reported Friday.

The “unfunded priorities” of service branches include Abrams tanks, a ship for the U.S. Marine Corps and an aircraft.

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