On the other side of the coin is the question of how the Air Force will address its budget shortcomings. Fiscal 2014 sequestration will probably cut at least 10 percent from each program. A 10 percent cut to $6.7 billion — $670 million — would be a major hit to three of the Air Force’s largest acquisition programs. What programs will be impacted? Is there any way around it? Dr. Kevin Brancato lays out how the cuts will be distributed, along with their impact.
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Dr. Kevin Brancato is a defense analyst at Bloomberg Government. Before joining Bloomberg, he was a management scientist at the RAND Corporation, where he analyzed weapon system costs and defense manpower policies. He received a B.A. in math from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University.