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July 9, 2015 – U.S. Army, By C. Todd Lopez
WASHINGTON (Army News Service, July 9, 2015) – By the end of fiscal 2018, the active Army expects to have drawn down in size from 490,000 to 450,000, said Army officials during a press conference at the Pentagon, July 9. The service will also shrink the size of several brigade combat teams and will cut 17,000 civilian employees.
Maryland Community News - July 23, 2013, By Agnes Blum, Staff writer
The Navy released its two-volume final environmental impact statement regarding the effect of two construction projects at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center campus in Bethesda on Friday.
The Fayetteville Observer - July 15, 2013, By The Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Federal budget cuts are damaging the military's current and future readiness, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel told a town hall-style gathering at Fort Bragg on Monday.
Speaking to more than 100 soldiers and civilian workers, Hagel told the audience that the cuts are more dramatic than in past years.
The Dolphin - May 9, 2013, By Lt. j.g. Phillip Chitty
GROTON, Conn. – Several SUBASE, State, and Town officials eagerly watched as the shattered bricks and rubble remnants of a dry cleaning dynasty helped lay the foundation for a mutually beneficial Navy and community improvement project.
THE LEDGER - May 5, 2013, By Tom Palmer
AVON PARK | The first purchases were announced last week in a program that environmental and military leaders hope will better protect the Avon Park Air Force Range's military operations and key conservation areas near the Kissimmee River.
Sun Journal- May 4, 2013, By Sue Book
A wind turbine permit bill that allows those advocating for clear flight paths for the military to be heard in the permitting process was overwhelmingly passed the N.C. House on Wednesday.
Southern Maryland Newspapers Online - May 3, 2013, By CRAIG J. RENNER
A new business incubator is coming to Charles County with the goal of turning numerous patent holders and innovators in our community and throughout Southern Maryland into growing, vibrant small businesses.
WHNT.com - May 3, 2013, By David Wood
MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — All three school systems in Madison County will benefit from $147 million in BRAC bonds over the next ten years.
The Associated Press - May 1, 2013, By DANICA COTO
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Thousands of activists on Wednesday celebrated the anniversary of the U.S. Navy's departure from the Puerto Rican island of Vieques 10 years ago, despite concerns that progress has been slow in cleaning up and developing a place many hoped would flourish.
The Washington Post - May 1, 2013, By Brad Plumer
It’s hardly news when a U.S. firm moves its manufacturing operations abroad to China. But what about when a Chinese company sets up a factory in the United States?
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