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The New York Times - November 26, 2011, By KATE GALBRAITH
CAMP BULLIS — Reddish-brown cedar chips from recently cleared trees spread across a patch of ground in this United States military installation, in sharp contrast to the jungle-like growth nearby.
pnj.com - November 26, 2011, By Travis Griggs
The deadline has passed and the supercommittee has failed, initiating $600 billion in automatic military spending cuts.
The Washington Post - November 24, 2011, By Aaron C. Davis and Laura Vozzella
Funding cuts for school lunches, home energy assistance, child support enforcement, HIV care, Race to the Top grants and other government programs will come quicker than advertised following the failure this week of the congressional “supercommittee.”
TheStreet.com - November 23, 2011, By Ted Reed
CHICAGO -- Does a dysfunctional Congress really want to do battle with a determined defense industry?
Military.com - November 22, 2011, By Leo Shane III and Chris Carroll, Stars and Stripes
WASHINGTON -- As lawmakers squabble over whether to allow $600 billion in mandated defense funding cuts move ahead, Pentagon planners are left with the unenviable task of figuring out how to piece together a fiscal 2013 budget with little idea how much money they'll have available.
Richmond Times-Dispatch - November 21, 2011, By Jacob Geiger
ETTRICK -- Fort Lee, the Army post in Prince George County, has gone from a target for closure to what some folks in the area call the logistics capital of the world.
El Paso Inc. - November 21, 2011, By Robert Gray, El Paso Inc. staff writer
Some of the 4,000 civilian employees who work at Fort Bliss have been handed early retirement offers, as post officials work to meet cost-cutting targets set by the Army.
Defense Communities - November 15, 2011
Local officials and their congressional representatives should play a large leadership role in helping communities plan for potential defense cuts, Office of Economic Adjustment Director Patrick O’Brien told Capitol Hill staff Tuesday.
U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) - November 17, 2011
JOHN CASEY (president, General Dynamics Electric Boat): Good afternoon, everyone. It's great to see all of you out here today to greet Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
CNBC - November 16, 2011, By Jane Wells, Correspondent
There are still some things made in America. Inside a massive building in Niles, Ohio, furnaces burning at temperatures of up to 4,000 degrees are melting titanium, a lightweight but strong metal which goes into airplanes, tanks, and artillery.
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