U.S. Army Speeds Soldier Cuts To Boost Buying Power

The U.S. Army is accelerating plans to cut its active-duty ranks so budgeters have more money to buy new weapons and systems, the service’s chief of staff reaffirmed Jan. 7. The statement comes weeks ahead of the Obama administration’s fiscal 2015 budget request and accompanying five-year defense...

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