Top general at Wright-Patt says cuts will be ‘far-reaching’
In an exclusive interview, Gen. Wolfenbarger says ‘impact on my people, especially my civilians will be significant.”
By Barrie Barber
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE —
Air Force spending cuts will slow plans to modernize an aging fleet, delay or cancel acquisition programs, ground flight testing to a halt except for a new stealth fighter, and could create up to a five-year backlog at maintenance depots, the leader of the Air Force Materiel Command told the Dayton Daily News in an exclusive interview.
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