Senator John McCain introduced an amendment yesterday to strike a $1.7 billion authorization to buy seven more Lockheed Martin F-22s in Fiscal 2010. The Senate may vote on the authorization bill today or tomorrow. Sen Johnny Isakson opposes McCain’s amendment, and yesterday delivered a brief rebuttal.
Sen Carl Levin has also released his floor speech yesterday about his opposition to extending F-22 production by seven aircraft next year. Watch below.
VIDEO: Senators debate F-22 funding
By Stephen Trimble on 14 July, 2009 in Uncategorised
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