• February 26, 2017

Fort Hood: Cuts could bring furloughs

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  • WEJohnsn posted at 1:15 pm on Sun, Feb 24, 2013.

    WEJohnsn Posts: 38

    This is all fabrication and dishonesty. The cuts are to increases in spending, they are not real spending cuts. This paper needs to stop spreading the lies of the 0bama administration and start practicing journalism....there is a reason for dwindling subscriptions.

  • MamaLenore posted at 9:11 am on Wed, Feb 20, 2013.

    MamaLenore Posts: 12

    Well if we got rid of the contracts we have on Fort Hood I'm sure it would save tons. Save tons by putting soldiers in those spots. Look around or step into a unit on Hood there are tons of soldiers sitting around waiting for the next mission. Most soldeirs complain because they have nothing to do and never do their job.

  • Bill of Harker Heights posted at 4:11 am on Sat, Feb 16, 2013.

    Bill of Harker Heights Posts: 20

    What this article does not say, is the the III Corps Mission Support Element is being downsized by about 80% (about 100 personnel) by 29 March. All term employees are being laid off. They will be replaced by soldiers that must be tasked from the units of Ft Hood.




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