Army urges Congress to slow sequestration

04/24/2013 | Army Times · AOL Defense

The Army this year must operate on about $15.4 billion less than it had planned because of sequestration and greater-than-anticipated wartime expenses in Afghanistan, Army Secretary John McHugh said Tuesday while testifying before Congress alongside Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno. Congress could ease the Army's budget crunch by "backloading" sequestration cuts onto later years, McHugh said.

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