Armed Services GOP: Don't destroy military effectiveness with cuts

Bennett, John T.
January 2011
Hill;1/27/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p9
The article focuses on the efforts of the Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee to question the plans of the government to implement cuts in the defense budget, which could ruin the effectiveness of the military in the country.


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