Despite talk of the huge impact that sequestration will have on the bottom lines of the U.S. military, the numbers submitted by the Army for fiscal 2014 largely hold the line on the service’s long-held top priorities — the network, and new tracked and wheeled combat vehicles — while nibbling around the edges of its rotary-wing fleet.

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