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DefenseNews.com - July 24, 2012, By Marcus Weisgerber
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and a diverse group of more than two-dozen CEOs continued discussions of how $500 billion in cuts to military spending would impact the defense industry and DoD and potential courses of action Congress might take to avert the reductions.
Great Falls Tribune - July 17, 2012, By KARL PUCKETT
Cascade County is proposing height restrictions on new development in the vicinity of Malmstrom Air Force Base flight paths and facilities.
The Hill - July 10, 2012, By Alexander Bolton
Six Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee have signaled they would consider using revenue from closing tax loopholes to avert pending cuts to the military.
Bloomberg News - July 2, 2012, By Laura Litvan
Overseeing a series of mandated U.S. budget cuts in the 1980s and 1990s, former White House official Barry Anderson was none too popular with agency officials as he insisted that the reductions be applied uniformly.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram - June 28, 2012, By Chris Vaughn
GRAPEVINE -- Forty-four percent of the men and women in the armed forces are moms or dads.
The Florida Current - June 28, 2012, By Bruce Ritchie
Living near military bases with live artillery fire or falling bombs may be a headache for some residents. But some military supporters have said those house-rattling booms are the sound of freedom.
Lakewood Patch - June 27, 2012, By Jennifer Chancellor
Ground breaks in July on Carter Lake and Hillside Elementary Schools; allocation of funds called "overdue and critical."
Army Times - June 27, 2012, By Angela K. Brown, Associated Press
GRAPEVINE, Texas — An elementary school on Fort Bliss in Texas and two other schools also needing repairs on military installations will share $60 million in federal grants announced Wednesday by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, who said providing a strong education for soldiers’ children is a national priority.
Reuters - June 27, 2012, By Andrea Shalal-Esa
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon may have to pay billions of dollars in termination fees and other contract penalties if Congress does not stop $500 billion in automatic defense spending cuts due to take effect on January 2, a top weapons industry executive said on Wednesday.
Dayton Daily News - June 27, 2012
Large defense contracting companies are threatening mass layoffs unless Congress acts to stop $500 billion in defense spending cuts that are to take effect in January, a leader of the Ohio region's defense industry said.
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