Cuts minimal at Kansas Army bases

andy lambertJuly 10, 2015

The Army says Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth are largely spared cuts in a cost-saving plan to reduce the active-duty force by 40,000 troops over the coming two years. Fort Riley will lose around 600 soldiers and Fort Leavenworth will lose 60. But the Army says there could be deeper reductions if Congress and the White House can’t avoid another round of budget cuts this year.

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