Lawmakers want to help Ukrainian forces defend themselves against a Russian invasion.
On Tuesday, the secretary of State seemed to blame Israel for a recent impasse.
In previous interviews, Clinton has refrained from criticizing Snowden.
Hagel announced earlier this week that the United States will deploy two additional ballistic missile defense ships to Japan.
Members indicated support for delaying plan to shift resources and cut Guard personnel.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday defended his efforts on a host of foreign policy fronts against fierce criticism from Senate Republicans, who accused the administration of being at the brink of a series of historic failures.
“I think you’re about to hit the trifecta,” declared Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).
Senators John McCain and Kelly Ayotte used Tuesday's Armed Services Committee hearing to probe the Army Chief of Staff for statements on the airplane's value.
Russian troops amassed at Ukraine's border are part of “an invasion-ready force” threatening Ukraine, Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) saidTuesday.
Turner said NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe Gen. Philip Breedlove has identified almost 80,000 Russian troops that include armored ground vehicles, battle tanks, artillery systems, tactical rotary and fixed wing aircraft, and a “robust logistical support element” that included field hospitals.
A proposed plan would cut 19,000 soldiers and the Apache fleet from the Guard.
The Republican Jewish Coalition slammed Kerry for laying the blame on Israel.