Milley stresses training impacts of potential yearlong continuing resolution

By Connie Lee / April 7, 2017 at 5:13 PM
A yearlong continuing resolution would result in "significant cuts to training across the board" for the Army, according to the service's chief of staff. Speaking April 5 at a House Armed Services Committee hearing, Gen. Mark Milley told lawmakers the service would face a "dramatic decrease of all training" beginning in May and by July 15 "all Army training will cease except those units deploying to Afghanistan or Iraq." Service chiefs testified before lawmakers to discuss the effects of a...

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