Also in the news: Congress lets DOD shift $1.3B to buy intell tech

Congressional committees have approved a $1.3 billion shift in the Defense Department's 2008 budget to pay for urgently needed resources for Iraq and Afghanistan, Defense News reports.


The money will go for a range of manned and unmanned “eye in the sky” vehicles and other intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance equipment, and will weigh against future Army procurement programs, according to Defense News.


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