Governors Urge Lawmakers To Enforce Pause In Army Aviation Reforms

By Sebastian Sprenger / November 17, 2014 at 6:49 PM
A group of state governors is asking that lawmakers force the Army to halt a controversial aviation-reform initiative until outside experts have had a chance to weigh in. A recent letter from the National Governors Association opines that moves by the ground service to advance the so-called Aviation Restructure Initiative amount to "unilateral, preemptive action" because a congressional commission on the future of the Army has yet to be formed. That group, the governors argue, should first be heard before...

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