Kansas faces losing fewer than 700 soldiers. State officials said the modest reductions show Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth — which will lose 615 and 80 soldiers — remain vital to the military.
Kansas faces losing fewer than 700 soldiers. State officials said the modest reductions show Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth — which will lose 615 and 80 soldiers — remain vital to the military. File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Kansas faces losing fewer than 700 soldiers. State officials said the modest reductions show Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth — which will lose 615 and 80 soldiers — remain vital to the military. File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

Army troop cuts won’t hit Kansas and Missouri hard

July 09, 2015 07:49 PM

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