Scrapping FCS?

The Army envisioned "fleets of new armored vehicles, ground robots and flying drones ... linked together by a wireless internet for combat." Known as Future Combat Systems (FCS), the cost so far is steep:

[Slated] at $200 billion, Future Combat Systems is already the biggest modernization program in the history of the Army -- enough, approximately, to buy 200,000 of the new, heavily-armored vehicles bound for Iraq (more than 20 times the number slated to go); 1,000 of the Air Force's latest, most expensive stealth fighter (about 50 times more than planned); or 25 next-generation aircraft carriers, (more than double the current fleet).

And it could be junked.