Have you heard the news? Sequestration has hit, and budgets are being cut left and right. It’s a fiscal apocalypse from which the world will never return! Everyone panic!
…ok, maybe some of the rhetoric that’s been thrown around recently has been a bit overblown. But it’s impossible to question that sequestration, which officially was triggered today, will have lasting and unforeseen impacts on the budget for the United States of America- and particularly for the defense industry.
Luckily, you have the Defense News team here to sort it out. Our team of reporters have been covering the budget situation for the last year, and we know how to cut through the drama and get you the facts.
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