Lewis Diuguid

August 13, 2014 10:58 AM

Cuts proposed in Army study could hit the Kansas City area hard

Fort Leavenworth would be among 30 installations targeted to drop from 490,000 people to as low as 420,000 because of sequestration and budget cuts mandated by Washington, D.C.

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