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Published by: Peggy Satterfield on Mar 06, 2013
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Jobs:

1,782 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $11M
in pay
62 private sector jobs lost from reduced
military investments
76 jobs lost from decreased military
construction
99 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT
operations
41 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Base Operations: ~1.6$M reduction

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base
Investments: ~$20M reduction

Military Construction / Sustainment,
Restoration, and Modernization:
~$11M in project cancellations

DEPOT Operations: ~$23M reduction

Pine Bluff
Arsenal:
$23M reduction

Camp Robinson:
$17.8M reduction

Arkansas -Army Industry
Partners
Lockheed Martin
GD-ATP

Ft. Chaffee:
$9.4M reduction

Arkansas ARNG:
$13.30M reduction

Arkansas USAR:
$6.82M reduction

Lockheed Martin
GD-ATP

Active Army
ARNG
USAR
Major Industry Partner Plant

* 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
California: ~$615M Economic Loss / 11,432 Jobs Affected

California Army Personnel
14,520 Full-Time Military
30,528 Guard/Reserve
19,619 Full-Time Civilians

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