Another $10-million is earmarked for Texas A&M from Washington.
The House Appropriations Bill that passed Tuesday will have A&M working with the Air Force on a new space sensor, as well as with the Army and Navy on detection of chemical agents.
The university's relations with Ford Hood will also be bolstered by nearly $4-million. That money will go towards improving training grounds on the post, as well as enhancing command and control systems.
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