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Ground Forces Lose No Major Programs, Still Take Big Hits
January 30, 2012
The U.S. Army was both a huge loser and a relative winner in the first glimpse the Pentagon gave of its future budget priorities on Jan. 26. The overall end strength of the service is scheduled to drop to 490,000 soldiers from its current 565,000, while the Marines’ end strength slides from 202,000...
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