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  • "The operating costs on the Global Hawk Block 30 have come down," Pentagon Comptroller Robert Hale told reporters last month. "It was always a close call. Now it comes down in favor of the Global Hawk. We'll keep them and gradually retire the U-2s."

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  • "The department's strategy developed in this budget creates a smaller, lighter, more agile, flexible joint force to conduct a full range of military activities that are necessary to defend U.S. national interests," said Pentagon Comptroller Robert Hale.

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