Soldiers and families push back against Army drawdown at town halls
Governors and community leaders nationwide have been lining up to voice their opposition to the Army's planned drawdown due to budget cuts. "At this point, the Army has not made final decisions on the specifics for re-alignments resulting from force reductions below 490,000," the Army statement said. The sequester cuts for the military were eased in 2015 budgets, but are slated to resume in 2016 unless Congress acts.
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