The U.S. Army has yet to quantify or qualify how continuing resolutions (CRs) and sequestration will affect the service’s plans to cut its force size as the nation pulls back from overseas military conflicts, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) says in a recent report. “With the possibility of sequestration and a continuing resolution for the remainder of fiscal 2013, Army leadership has stated that readiness and maintenance will be negatively impacted,“ CRS says, “but nothing has ...
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