Report: Army's Top Civilian Goes After 'Nickels And Dimes'

Report: Army's Top Civilian Goes After 'Nickels And Dimes'

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You've heard about how the Pentagon spends money, but a story on "The Hill" web site caught our eye this week.

The Army's top civilian said he's been going after what he called "nickels and dimes." 

And what does it add up to? The Hill reports Secretary of the Army Mark Esper figures he can put together $25 billion that can go toward "building readiness and modernizing the Army." 

Former 10th Mountain Division General Mark Milley was also part of the budgeting work.
 

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