U.S. Defense Budget to Increase by 5%

The President is asking Congress for a core defense budget for fiscal year 2005 of $420 billion (not including a $50 billion supplemental for the war in Iraq.) Although all details of the budget have not yet been released, a number of items give glimpse of the importance that infrared sensors will continue to play in FY05.|

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