Military health costs up 300 percent
from CNN Money
The cost of military health care, up 300 percent in the past decade, is eating a giant hole in the Pentagon's budget, according to a report released by a group of defense experts. The Defense Department expects to spend $52.5 billion on health care in 2012, a 300 percent increase since 2001, the report says. By 2015, health care will account for 10 percent of the Pentagon budget.
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