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In his last day in office, Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn III delivered a speech warning of the pitfalls associated with a defense slowdown. Past efforts to fortify the nation’s finances by slashing defense spending have failed, he said …READ MORE
A new study by the Pew Research Center documents the growing gap between military personnel and the general public. Some 84 percent of post-9/11veterans say the public does not understand the problems faced by those in the military or their families …READ MORE
The city of Tustin is extending the deadline until Nov. 4 for developers to express interest in purchasing a 25-acre parcel at the former MCAS Tustin, located in the heart of Orange County, Calif. In August, the city advertised the sale of five parcels totaling 113 acres at the Tustin Legacy project, including Disposition Package 2B …READ MORE
Fiscal year 2012 funding for the Office of Economic Adjustment would climb by $31 million over last year’s allocation, under the defense spending bill the Senate Appropriations Committee approved last month. OEA would receive $81.8 million, matching the administration’s budget request …READ MORE
The House, with Democratic support, approved a spending measure Tuesday that would keep the federal government operating through Nov. 18, paving the way for House and Senate leaders to start negotiating an omnibus spending bill for the remainder of fiscal 2012 …READ MORE