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See a drastic shift in spending on the military and our own rich -- takes a look at some of the changes.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates calls his own budget request on orthodox and lawmakers are already weighing in.
Some call it an important first step in transforming the way the Defense Department conducts its business.
Others warn the outline would cut spending for essential weapons programs.
The plan would cut back on missile defense and large weapons platforms but increases funding for surveillance technology.
And helicopter forces a shift one congressman and retired three star admiral says is needed.
But admits will take time.
We took our focus off a transformation a needed transformation of our military.
When we went to I -- because this is such a transformation and to do it just in a two month review I don't think would be possible when there's such a culture within the Pentagon.
And in congress and an industry that capacity.
How many is what measures are.
Power when in reality it's capability.
The secretaries budget outline provides both wins and losses for single company's.
-- plan calls for no further orders of Lockheed Martin's F 22 fighter.
It does ask contractors to finish existing orders the request also increases spending by nearly four and a half billion dollars on Lockheed Martin's F 35.
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