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Fort Hood gets $50M for construction

Drone complex, training sites part of recently approved defense budget

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1 comment:

  • markL posted at 12:25 pm on Fri, Jan 11, 2013.

    markL Posts: 9

    Sorry folks, I can't get overly excited about this. I'm not convinced that new construction is completely necessary. Can existing vacant buildings be renovated for the training aids center? And does the Army really need such a drone center? Are there existing facilities elsewhere that could be modified and Soldiers visit in a TDY status?
    We seem to be determined to milk the shrinking Pentagon cash cow until she completely runs out of milk and there is nothing left to support our existing infrastructure.




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