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		The Air Force is again proposing to retire its A-10 fleet and the Navy has delayed buying Joint Strike Fighters and F/A-18 Super Hornets because of budget pressure, but those decisions do not come without risk, military leaders said Thursday.
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Military Services: Short-Term Budget Fixes Are Long-Term Headaches

The Air Force is again proposing to retire its A-10 fleet and the Navy has delayed buying Joint Strike Fighters and F/A-18 Super Hornets because of budget pressure, but those decisions do not come without risk, military leaders said Thursday. R… Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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Veterans caravan canceled for Memorial Day parade

Fairport, N.Y. – World War II veterans won’t get to ride in the Memorial Day Parade in Fairport this year, because organizers said it took too long to get the veterans out of the cars and up to Potter Park for the ceremony. Board members at Perinton’s VFW Post, which puts on the parade, voted […]

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Government halts enrollment of veterans in helicopter flight program

The federal government, concerned about violations that have cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars, has barred new enrollment of military veterans in an Arizona flight program and is reviewing the conduct of a second, Utah-based school. Read more … Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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		Military bureaucrats have been trying to force an unpopular government-built intelligence system on special operations units deploying to war zones, according to government records and interviews.
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Bureaucrats Block Special Ops Intel Requests

Military bureaucrats have been trying to force an unpopular government-built intelligence system on special operations units deploying to war zones, according to government records and interviews. Read more at: Military Top Stories Center Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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Veterans Weigh In On Sen. Ernst’s Proposed Legislation

DES MOINES, Iowa–Veterans are hopeful proposed mental health legislation will lead to a change in care. On Monday, Sen. Joni Ernst introduced her first piece of legislation on the U.S. Senate floor that would prioritize veterans’ access to mental health care. While some veterans say it’s a step in the right direction, they still have […]

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