Sequestration could cut $19B in Army readiness, chief of staff says

01/27/2013 | AOL Defense

Sequestration would affect Army training, the CH-47F Chinook helicopter program and other budgets that total $17 billion to $19 billion in Army readiness, says Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno, who warned the cuts could create "a hollow force." "We'll very quickly go to extremely low levels of readiness in the next six months throughout the Army," he said.

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