Mullen: 'Hard' budget times ahead for military
from The Hill
All parts of the U.S. military will face budget cuts as Washington shaves the federal deficit — even special-operations troops, says Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Michael Mullen. Special-operations forces take on the toughest missions under the most dangerous conditions, but they will not be "immune" from declining defense budgets, Mullen told a dinner audience during an industry conference in Washington.
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