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The Star-Ledger - May 9, 2012, By Sarah Portlock
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority board yesterday approved three loans totaling $4.5 million for renovations to Fort Monmouth, setting in motion a multi-pronged revitalization effort for the former Army base.
The Virginian-Pilot - May 8, 2012, By Bill Bartel
The Obama administration's requests for two rounds of base closings and higher health fees for some military retirees are running into strong resistance from leaders of the House Armed Services Committee.
YumaSun.com - May 5, 2012, By DARREN DARONCO - SUN STAFF WRITER
With talk in Washington, D.C., focusing on downsizing the military, the Arizona Legislature has decided to give citizens the opportunity to preserve the state's military bases through an initiative on November's ballot that would make it easier for the state to transfer its land around military bases to the federal government.
Pacific Daily News - May 2, 2012, By Brett Kelman
HAGATNA, Guam — The decrease in the number of Marines headed to Guam has prompted the federal government to rethink the placement of a military base, and a final decision is not expected until 2015.
Guampdn.com - May 1, 2012
About 3,000 of the Marines who are expected to move to Guam will be rotational, but approximately 2,000 who will be stationed on island will be higher-ranking, higher-earning Marines who are under the command of a one-star general.
Atlanta Business Chronicle - April 30, 2012, By Jacques Couret, Senior Online Editor
Lockheed Martin Corp. warned in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing an additional $1.2 trillion in federal cuts could lead to closures, staff reductions and crippled operations.
News and Tribune - April 30, 2012, By DAVID A. MANN
Legislative language that would protect developers from environmental liabilities at the River Ridge Commerce Center has been included in the FY13 National Defense Authorization Act.
10news.com - April 30, 2012
SAN DIEGO -- Coronado city officials are questioning a new report by the Navy that changes accident potential zones and now includes up to 200 homes.
The Associated Press - April 27, 2012, By ROBERT BURNS, AP National Security Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - About 9,000 U.S. Marines stationed on the Japanese island of Okinawa will be moved to the U.S. territory of Guam and other locations in the Asia-Pacific, including Hawaii, under a U.S.-Japan agreement announced Thursday.
April 27, 2012
WASHINGTON—The National Governors Association (NGA) signaled today that it will now work with Congress to address their concerns with the Air Force’s budget request.
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