Ten states will account for a little more than half of the 680,000 DOD civilians that will be forced to take up to 11 days of unpaid leave over the last three months of the fiscal year, according to data provided by the Defense Department. Virginia would have the most workers affected, 72,000, followed by California (57,000), Texas (45,000) and Maryland (41,500), reported Bloomberg News. The rest of the top 10 are: Georgia — 32,000 civilian employees; Florida — 28,500; Alabama — 22,600; Ohio — 22,000; Oklahoma — 22,000; and Pennsylvania — 21,600. The combined economic impact of the furloughs — 11 days for most workers — in the 10 most affected states is $1.2 billion in lost wages, based on an average of $3,300 per worker. The furloughs are expected to save the Pentagon a total of $1.8 billion.