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Army cuts

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Military Construction / Sustainment,
Restoration, and Modernization:
~$0.3M in projects cancellations

Iowa-Army Industry Partners
Rockwell Collins
American Ordnance

Camp Dodge
Johnston:
$4.9M reduction

Iowa ARNG:
$8.84M reduction

Iowa USAR:
$3.24M reduction

Active Army
ARNG
USAR
Major Industry Partner Plant

American Ordnance

Rockwell Collins

* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Control Act reduces the Army end strength over 106,600 Soldiers and Civilians
Sequestration doubles end strength reductions to over ~200,000 total
Every installation will be impacted

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements

As of 15FEB13

AMERICA’S ARMY:

THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION

Budget Uncertainty Impact
Kansas: ~$414M Economic Loss / 7,999 Jobs Affected

Kansas Army Personnel
23,864 Full-Time Military
9,498 Guard/Reserve
12,226 Full-Time Civilians

Rollup of Impacts in Kansas

Jobs:

6,658 DA Civilians furloughed – loss
of $40M in pay
19 private sector jobs lost from
reduced military investments
240 jobs lost from decreased military
construction
1,082 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Base Operations: ~$78M reduction

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