Sequestration is doing a number on the military, particularly the Army. Gen. John Campbell, Army vice chief of staff, told the Senate Armed Services Committee on April 19 the department won’t be able to carry out its mission properly if sequestration continues. “The Army simply will not have the resources to support the current defense strategic guidance, and we risk becoming a hollow force,” he said.
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