The Secretary of Defense called out Congress Tuesday, saying the budget requirements Capitol Hill sent to the Pentagon may not work with his vision of a modern military.
Leon Panetta broke from his prepared remarks while speaking at the Willard Hotel Tuesday to address the congressional mandate that the Defense Department downsize by $487 billion over the next decade.
As the U.S. continues with plans to draw down in Afghanistan by 2014, Panetta says this is a critically important time to break tradition and reinvest in America's offensive strength.
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