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Army plans to shore up training with reprogrammed funds

July 17, 2018 at 2:48 PM
The Army will realign $399.3 million to boost its operating forces if Congress approves the Defense Department's fiscal year 2018 omnibus reprogramming request , obtained by Inside Defense . Included in the total shift is $94.2 million for increased home station training and equipment maintenance, as well as $42.4 million for logistics readiness centers and $30.8 million for "supplemental training guidance." The synthetic training environment effort, led by one of the service's cross-functional teams , would get an additional $17.9...

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