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Kentucky.com - June 11, 2012, By Chris Vaughn, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
FORT WORTH, TEXAS — Capt. Robert Bennett is worried about a problem he doesn't have.
The Denver Post - June 10, 2012, By Ann Schrader
The specter of $500 billion in automatic defense cuts beginning next year hangs heavily over the country's aerospace industry — and particularly so in Colorado, which ranks second nationally in aerospace employment and has four military commands.
U.S. Air Force - June 8, 2012, By Senior Airman Christopher Gross, 460th Space Wing Public Affairs
BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. (AFNS) -- The final 70 acres of the former Buckley Annex was given back to the Denver community during a final transfer ceremony June 1 here.
Southern Maryland Newspapers - June 8, 2012, By JASON BABCOCK
Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) wants more wind turbines in Maryland. Somerset County on the Eastern Shore wants to bring on more wind turbines. Patuxent River Naval Air Station wants to make sure wind turbines don’t interfere with its work.
The Daily Times - June 7, 2012, By Chuck Slothower
FARMINGTON — The U.S. Air Force has put on hold a proposal to fly low-altitude training missions over Northwest New Mexico and Southwest Colorado.
Arizona Daily Star - June 4, 2012, By Marjorie Censer, The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Defense contractors are speaking up increasingly loudly against the possibility of mandatory federal budget reductions starting in January, warning that the cuts would take a toll on their businesses.
Politico - June 3, 2012, By Seung Min Kim
Congress has already been warned that the automatic spending cuts early next year — especially from the Pentagon — could help trigger another recession.
Associated Press - June 1, 2012
BEREA, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Natural Lands Trust and Fort Knox have joined to protect 155 acres of forest land in Bullitt County.
CNN.com - May 31, 2012, By Mike Mount
The Pentagon's chief budget officer is ringing the alarm bell about looming budget cuts that could destroy the department's new defense strategy and force the defense industry to face "absurdities" as defense programs are shuttered.
The Telegraph - May 31, 2012, By MIKE STUCKA — email@example.com
This interactive map shows areas of high noise and crash risks near Robins Air Force Base, as well as property purchases made by the Central Georgia Joint Development Authority in those areas, which are referred to as encroachment. Officials say having too many people in those areas could threaten the base's future ability to handle missions.
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