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"Afghanistan collapse won't dramatically alter defense spending" by Andrew Clevenger
Byron Callan quoted in Andrew Clevenger's CQ Roll Call article, "Afghanistan collapse won't dramatically alter defense spending."
The article reads:
Byron Callan, a defense analyst with Capital Alpha Partners, wrote in a note to investors that money in the Pentagon’s fiscal 2022 budget request for Afghanistan could be repurposed for other priorities. These include $3.3 billion in aid for the Afghan Security Forces, and $14.3 billion in unspecified “direct war requirements” that include Afghanistan, Callan noted.