To many in the U.S. Capitol, the term sequestration is mostly a political or economic one. But for Adm. Harry Harris, the U.S. Pacific Fleet commander, the word has serious implications and consequences for his ability to maintain Navy power and influence in a key but volatile region of the globe. "At the end of the day, the amount we’re talking about can’t be overcome by just shifting money around," Harris told members of the Senate Armed Services Committee Dec. 2 ...

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