AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION

Budget Uncertainty Impact on the U.S. Army
State-by-State Comparison As of: 15 February 2013

AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION

Budget Uncertainty Impact on the United States Army by State

DC $32M 1,963 Jobs

Reductions ($M)

Total Impact:

~$15.35 Billion
302,626 Jobs Affected

< $100M $101M - $200M $201M - $500M $501M - $1,000M >$1,000M

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 *Jobs Affected: Include DA Civilian furloughs, and jobs lost due to reduced military investments, reduced MILCON, decreased DEPOT As of 15FEB13 operations, and reduced Base Operations

AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION

Budget Uncertainty Impacts on the United States Army

The Army has two major challenges due to the Budget Uncertainty 1. Near Term. During this budget year (FY13) the Army has an ~$18B shortfall due to the combined impact of the **Continuing Resolution, Sequestration and Emerging Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) requirements.
– The Continuing Resolution (CR) - OMA is $6B less than required for support, sustaining unit readiness and transitioning from combat operations in FY14. – Sequestration – The sequestration OMA bill is ~$5.3B on top of the Continuing Resolution (CR) shortfall. – Emerging Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) requirements – estimated at $5-7B to support war operations, primarily for Theater Operations, Transportation for equipment, and subsistence for deployed civilian personnel.

2.

Longer Term. Sequestration significantly lowers the discretionary funding caps for DOD during FY14-FY21, dramatically cutting personnel, modernization and readiness funding in future years.

**The CR further constrains Army’s ability to modernize and provide priority facilities essential for our force with restrictions preventing “new program starts” and production rate increases

AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION

Budget Uncertainty Impacts on the United States Army

To mitigate the near term compounding effects for FY 13, the Army is taking action by:
– – – – – – – Reducing the contracted workforce Terminating temporary employees and not extending term employees Implementing a hiring freeze Diverting all facilities restoration and modernization funds Cancelling 3rd and 4th quarter Depot Maintenance inductions Reducing Base Operations Support levels Cancelling collective and individual training

Based on this guidance, Major Army Commands are implementing these directive actions. The state charts roll up an estimate of many of the cumulative effects to help illustrate the impact to the economy, Soldiers and Families, our workforce and local communities affected by the Army’s annualized CR, sequestration and emerging OMA OCO shortfall. This is an initial estimate of the near term impacts, not the impacts for the reduced funding in future years.

• Cumulative economic impact: $15.35 B • Cumulative jobs affected: 302, 626

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Alabama: ~$1.9B Economic Loss / 25,177 Jobs Affected
Alabama ARNG: $15.81M reduction Alabama USAR: $4.65M reduction Redstone Arsenal: $17M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Alabama
Jobs:
• 22,139 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $132.5M in pay • 801 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 756 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 219 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 1,262 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Ft. McClellan: $1.06M reduction

Northrop Grumman Raytheon Anniston: $710M reduction General Dynamics Fort Rucker: $218M reduction

Base Operations: ~$91M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$299M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$370M in project cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$710M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Alabama Army Personnel 6,558 Full-Time Military 16,357 Guard/Reserve 53,723 Full-Time Civilians Alabama -Army Industry Partners General Dynamics Northrop Grumman Raytheon

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Alaska: ~$180M Economic Loss / 3,768 Jobs Affected
Alaska ARNG: $5.52M reduction Alaska USAR: $0.06M reduction Fort Wainwright: $48M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Alaska
Jobs: • 2,591 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $15.5M in pay • 198 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 979 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$78M reduction
Fort Richardson: $48M reduction

Fort Greely: $14M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR

Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$43M in project cancellations

Alaska Army Personnel 14,574 Full-Time Military 2,383 Guard/Reserve 7,630 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Arizona: ~$262M Economic Loss / 5,063 Jobs Affected
Arizona ARNG: $9.03M reduction Arizona USAR: $1.94M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Arizona
Jobs: • 3,951 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $24M in pay • 536 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 576 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$43M reduction
Raytheon

Yuma Proving Ground:

$7.8M reduction

Boeing GDC4S

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Arizona Army Personnel 4,373 Full-Time Military 8,030 Guard/Reserve 13,646 Full-Time Civilians

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$138M reduction

Fort Huachuca: $47M reduction

Arizona -Army Industry Partners Boeing GDC4S Raytheon

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Arkansas: ~$84M Economic Loss / 2,060 Jobs Affected
Arkansas ARNG: $13.30M reduction Arkansas USAR: $6.82M reduction Ft. Chaffee: $9.4M reduction Camp Robinson: $17.8M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Arkansas
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

Pine Bluff Arsenal: $23M reduction

Lockheed Martin GD-ATP

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

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Arkansas Army Personnel 1,040 Full-Time Military 10,190 Guard/Reserve 3,926 Full-Time Civilians Arkansas -Army Industry Partners Lockheed Martin GD-ATP

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION California: ~$615M Economic Loss / 11,432 Jobs Affected
California ARNG: $43.55M reduction California USAR: $29.47M reduction Ft. Hunter Liggett: $2.21M reduction Presidio of Monterrey: $49M reduction Camp Roberts: $2.8M reduction Camp San Luis Obispo: $1.1M reduction Aerovironment Sierra Army Depot: $167M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in California
Jobs:
• 9,419 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $56M in pay • 400 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 462 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 621 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 530 BOS contractor jobs impacted

NTC & Ft. Irwin: $60M reduction

Base Operations: ~$54M reduction
Boeing Northrop Grumman L3 Communications General Atomics L3 Communications

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant California Army Personnel 14,520 Full-Time Military 30,528 Guard/Reserve 19,619 Full-Time Civilians

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$129M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$85M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$167M reduction

California-Army Industry Partners General Atomics Boeing Aerovironment Northrop Grumman L3 Communications

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Colorado: ~$149M Economic Loss / 4,803 Jobs Affected
Colorado ARNG: $7.32M reduction Colorado USAR: $2.82M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Colorado
Jobs: • 4,162 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $25M in pay • 24 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 617 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$57M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$6M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$33M in projects cancellations

Intelegard

Pueblo Chemical Depot: $12.2M reduction

Northrop Grumman Lockheed Martin Fort Carson: $85M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Colorado Army Personnel 26,022 Full-Time Military 6,914 Guard/Reserve 8,060 Full-Time Civilians

Colorado-Army Industry Partners Northrop Grumman Lockheed Martin Intelegard

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Connecticut : ~$108M Economic Loss / 747 Jobs Affected
Connecticut ARNG: $22.70M reduction Connecticut USAR: $4.57M reduction TIGHITCO Inc. Sterling Machine Kaman Aerospace Corporation Timken Aerospace

Rollup of Impacts in Connecticut
Jobs: • 1 DA Civilian furloughed – loss of $6,000 in pay • 731 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 15 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Sikorsky

Stones Ranch: $0.3M reduction

Base Operations: ~1.6$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$81M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$4M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant
Connecticut Army Personnel 602 Full-Time Military 5,716 Guard/Reserve 760 Full-Time Civilians Connecticut -Army Industry Partners Sikorsky Kaman Aerospace Corporation Timken Aerospace TIGHITCO Inc. Sterling Machine

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Delaware: ~$6M Economic Loss / 8 Job Affected
Delaware ARNG: $4.00M reduction Delaware USAR: $1.53M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Delaware
Jobs: • 1 DA Civilian furloughed – loss of $6,000 in pay • 7 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~0.6$M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$0.63M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Delaware Army Personnel 314 Full-Time Military 2,311 Guard/Reserve 343 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION District of Columbia: ~$32M Economic Loss / 1,963 Jobs Affected
District of Columbia ARNG: $3.01M reduction

District of Columbia USAR: $0.73M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in District of Columbia
Jobs: • 1918 Civilians furloughed – loss of $11.5M in pay • 1 job lost from reduced military investments • 44 jobs lost from decreased military construction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$17M in project cancellations * Service contract impacts unknown but expected to be extreme

Active Army ARNG USAR District of Columbia Army Personnel 1,793 Full-Time Military 1,709 Guard/Reserve 3,630 Full-Time Civilians District of Columbia -Army Industry Partners Northrop Grumman LMI Calibre Boeing UNICOR

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Florida: ~$204M Economic Loss / 3,887 Jobs Affected
Florida ARNG: $16.87M reduction Florida USAR: $9.02M reduction SAIC Kaman Aerospace Camp Blanding: $9.6M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Florida
Jobs: • 3,299 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $20M in pay • 424 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 50 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 114 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$7M reduction

Lockheed Martin Globe Trailer

MEADS, Intl

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Florida Army Personnel 9,165 Full-Time Military 18,997 Guard/Reserve 5,261 Full-Time Civilians Florida-Army Industry Partners MEADS, Intl Lockheed Martin SAIC Kaman Aerospace Co Globe Trailer Manufacturing

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$145M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$10M in projects cancellations

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Georgia: ~$931M Economic Loss / 17,163 Jobs Affected
Georgia ARNG: $22.07M reduction Georgia USAR: $10.97M reduction Kipper Tool Co. Fort Gordon: $72M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Georgia
Jobs: • 13,890 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $83M in pay • 199 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 374 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 2,700 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$233M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$76M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$336M in project cancellations

Fort Stewart: $56M reduction Fort Benning: $584M reduction

JCB Inc. Gulfstream Aerospace

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Georgia Army Personnel 50,222 Full-Time Military 19,841 Guard/Reserve 31,241 Full-Time Civilians Georgia-Army Industry Partners JCB Inc. Kipper Tool Company Gulfstream Aerospace

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Hawaii: ~$287M Economic Loss/ 8,499 Jobs Affected
Hawaii ARNG: $8.43M reduction Hawaii USAR: $2.20M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Hawaii
Schofield Barracks: $174M reduction

Ft. Shafter: $17M reduction

Jobs: • 7,032 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $42M in pay • 191 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1,276 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$106M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$100M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Hawaii Army Personnel 23,265 Full-Time Military 5,417 Guard/Reserve 13,785 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Idaho: ~$12M Economic Loss / 50 Jobs Affected
Idaho ARNG: $11.19M reduction Idaho USAR: $0.92M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Idaho
Jobs: • 24 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $0.14M in pay • 26 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.7$M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$5M in projects cancellations

Orchard Range: $1.2M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Idaho Army Personnel 550 Full-Time Military 4,442 Guard/Reserve 1,054 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Illinois: ~$402M Economic Loss / 8,597Jobs Affected
Illinois ARNG: $17.32M reduction Illinois USAR: $9.88M reduction Mandus Group

Rollup of Impacts in Illinois
Jobs:
Northrop Grumman

Rock Island Arsenal: $197M reduction

Marseilles Training Area: $1.2M reduction

Caterpillar

• 7,062 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $42M in pay • 298 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 13 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1008 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 216 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Base Operations: ~$19M reduction
Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$69M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$27M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$197M reduction

Illinois Army Personnel 2,391 Full-Time Military 15,912 Guard/Reserve 10,319 Full-Time Civilians

Illinois-Army Industry Partners Caterpillar Northrop Grumman Mandus Group

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Indiana: ~$133M Economic Loss / 1,326 Jobs Affected
Indiana ARNG: $24.33M reduction Indiana USAR: $3.54M reduction AM General

Rollup of Impacts in Indiana
Jobs:
• 1,001 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $6M in pay • 227 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 65 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 33 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Raytheon Allison Transmission

Crane Army Ammunition Activity: $36M reduction

Camp Atterbury: $1.42M reduction

Base Operations: ~1.7$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$63M reduction
Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Indiana Army Personnel 2,094 Full-Time Military 14,540 Guard/Reserve 10,197 Full-Time Civilians Indiana-Army Industry Partners Allison Transmission Raytheon AM General

Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$3M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$36M reduction

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Iowa: ~$53M Economic Loss / 323 Jobs Affected
Iowa ARNG: $8.84M reduction Iowa USAR: $3.24M reduction Rockwell Collins

Rollup of Impacts in Iowa
Jobs: • 176 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $1M in pay • 125 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 22 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.5$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$40M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$0.3M in projects cancellations

Camp Dodge Johnston: $4.9M reduction

American Ordnance Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant

Iowa Army Personnel 945 Full-Time Military 9,498 Guard/Reserve 2,198 Full-Time Civilians

Iowa-Army Industry Partners Rockwell Collins American Ordnance

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Kansas: ~$414M Economic Loss / 7,999 Jobs Affected
Kansas ARNG: $17.82M reduction Kansas USAR: $6.53M reduction Fort Riley: $55M reduction Fort Leavenworth: $161M reduction

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 Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$2M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$103M in projects cancellations

Honeywell

Triumph Structures Sprint Aerosystems Inc.

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Kansas Army Personnel 23,864 Full-Time Military 9,498 Guard/Reserve 12,226 Full-Time Civilians Kansas-Army Industry Partners Triumph Structures Sprint Aerosystems Honeywell

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Kentucky: ~$606M Economic Loss / 15,016 Jobs Affected
Kentucky ARNG: $14.31M reduction Kentucky USAR: $5.79M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Kentucky
Jobs:
Fort Knox: $134M reduction DRS Technologies

W.H. Ford Regional Training Center: $2.4M reduction

CONCO

• 12,628 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $76M in pay • 190 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 454 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 54 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 1,690 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Fort Campbell (KY): $69M reduction

Arvin Meritor Inc.

Blue Grass Army Depot: $48M reduction

Base Operations: ~$122M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$66M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$108M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$48M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Kentucky Army Personnel 38,515 Full-Time Military 10,325 Guard/Reserve 21,663 Full-Time Civilians Kentucky-Army Industry Partners Arvin Meritor DRS Technologies CONCO

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Louisiana: ~$113M Economic Loss / 3,947 Jobs Affected
Camp Minden: $0.7M reduction Louisiana ARNG: $16.48M reduction Louisiana USAR: $4.26M reduction Camp Beauregard: $2.5M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Louisiana
Jobs: • 3,139 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $19M in pay • 808 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$58M reduction

Ft. Polk (JRTC): $32M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Louisiana Army Personnel 10,147 Full-Time Military 11,438 Guard/Reserve 10,832 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Maine: ~$7M Economic Loss / 294 Jobs Affected
Maine ARNG: $4.22M reduction Maine USAR: $1.51M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Maine
Jobs: • 281 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $1.21M in pay • 13 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~7.7$M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Maine Army Personnel 276 Full-Time Military 2,083 Guard/Reserve 629 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Maryland: ~$527M Economic Loss / 23,243 Jobs Affected
Maryland ARNG: $8.11M reduction Maryland USAR: $17.34M reduction Fort Detrick: $0.5M reduction Fort Meade: $2M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Maryland

Lockheed Martin

Walter Reed Army Medical Center: $7M reduction US Army Adelphi Research Laboratory Center: $1M reduction

Jobs: • 21,424 DA Civilians furloughed – loss Aberdeen Proving Ground: of $128M in pay $73M reduction • 329 private sector jobs lost from CACI reduced military investments Raytheon • 476 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1,014 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$95M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$82M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$130M in projects cancellations

iLumina Solutions Sotera Defense Solutions

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Maryland Army Personnel 15,555 Full-Time Military 10,127 Guard/Reserve 72,476 Full-Time Civilians

Maryland-Army Industry Partners iLumina Solutions Sotera Defense Solutions CACI Lockheed Martin Raytheon

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Massachusetts: ~$140M Economic Loss / 621 Jobs Affected
Massachusetts ARNG: $13.90M reduction Massachusetts USAR: $5.45M reduction Ft. Devens RFTA: $0.94M reduction Lockheed Martin iRobot Corp General Dynamics King Aerospace Soldier Systems Center: $0.76M reduction Camp Edwards: $4.03M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Massachusetts
Jobs: • 47 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $0.28M in pay • 458 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 31 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 85 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$8M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$99M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$16M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Massachusetts Army Personnel 2,058 Full-Time Military 9,393 Guard/Reserve 3,597 Full-Time Civilians Massachusetts-Army Industry Partners King Aerospace General Dynamics Lockheed Martin iRobot Corp

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Michigan: ~$333M Economic Loss / 7,807 Jobs Affected
Michigan ARNG: $13.80M reduction Michigan USAR: $2.78M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Michigan
Jobs: • 6,651 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $40M in pay • 950 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 2 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 204 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$14M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$255M reduction
Detroit Arsenal: $16.6M reduction

Camp Grayling: $4.1M reduction GM GDLS Defense Group General Dynamics BAE

Fort Custer Training Center: $1.6M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Michigan Army Personnel 1,790 Full-Time Military 10,771 Guard/Reserve 9,156 Full-Time Civilians

Michigan-Army Industry Partners GM GDLS Defense Group LLC General Dynamics BAE

Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$7M in projects cancellations

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Minnesota: ~$40M Economic Loss / 847 Jobs Affected
Minnesota ARNG: $17.76M reduction Minnesota USAR: $3.51M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Minnesota
Jobs: • 751 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $5M in pay • 64 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 2 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 30 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~2.5$M reduction

Camp Ripley: $12.8M reduction Alliant Techsystems BAE Cummins Power

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Minnesota Army Personnel 1,089 Full-Time Military 12,341 Guard/Reserve 1,568 Full-Time Civilians

Crysteel

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$13M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$5M in projects cancellations

Minnesota-Army Industry Partners Alliant Techsystems Crysteel BAE Cummins Power

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Mississippi: ~$360M Economic Loss / 4,608 Jobs Affected
Mississippi ARNG: $32.49M reduction Mississippi USAR: $5.17M reduction Camp McCain: $5.1M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Mississippi
Jobs: • 4,007 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $24M in pay • 550 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 7 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 44 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$2.8M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$293M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$6M in projects cancellations

Navistar Defense American Eurocopter

Camp Shelby: $13M reduction

L3 Communications

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Mississippi Army Personnel 1,765 Full-Time Military 12,294 Guard/Reserve 7,036 Full-Time Civilians Mississippi-Army Industry Partners L3 Communications Navistar Defense American Eurocopter

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Missouri: ~$233M Economic Loss / 6,441 Jobs Affected
Missouri ARNG: $28.04M reduction Lake City Ammunition Plant: 20% Cut to Present Workforce Missouri USAR: $5.40M reduction LMI Aerospace Inc.

Rollup of Impacts in Missouri
Jobs: • 5,664 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $34M in pay • 31 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 5 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 741 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$56M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$46M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$20M in projects cancellations

Alliant Techsystems Mobile Hydraulic Equip

Fort Leonard Wood: $51M reduction

Camp Crowder Neosho: $3.1M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Missouri Army Personnel 8,953 Full-Time Military 12,754 Guard/Reserve 13,112 Full-Time Civilians Missouri-Army Industry Partners Alliant Techsystems Mobile Hydraulic Equip LLC LMI Aerospace Inc.

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Montana: ~$9M Economic Loss / 43 Jobs Affected
Montana ARNG: $7.35M reduction Montana USAR: $1.27M reduction Fort WM Henry Harrison: $1.3M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Montana
Jobs: • 20 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $120K in pay • 23 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.6$M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$1.25M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR

Montana Army Personnel 442 Full-Time Military 3,437 Guard/Reserve 804 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Nebraska: ~$67M Economic Loss / 1,656 Jobs Affected
Nebraska ARNG: $5.31M reduction Nebraska USAR: $0.98M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Nebraska
Jobs: • 1,273 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $8M in pay • 365 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 18 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.1$M reduction

Camp Ashland: $1.4M reduction

Greenlief Training Site: $0.6 reduction

Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$53M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Nebraska Army Personnel 677 Full-Time Military 5,094 Guard/Reserve 1,756 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Nevada: ~$7M Economic Loss / 95 Jobs Affected
Nevada ARNG: $5.46M reduction Nevada USAR: $1.32M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Nevada
Jobs: • 79 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $473,000 in pay • 2 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 14 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.2$M reduction

Protection Tech Inc.

Hawthorne Army Depot: 20% Cut to Present Workforce

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$0.3M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant

Nevada Army Personnel 567 Full-Time Military 4,449 Guard/Reserve 1,654 Full-Time Civilians

Nevada-Army Industry Partners Protection Tech Inc.

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION New Hampshire: ~$21M Economic Loss / 53 Jobs Affected
New Hampshire ARNG: $3.33M reduction New Hampshire USAR: $0.93M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in New Hampshire
Jobs: • 43 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 10 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.0$M reduction
L3 Insight Tech Inc

BAE Systems

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$17M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant
New Hampshire Army
Personnel

786 Full-Time Military 2,294 Guard/Reserve 473 Full-Time Civilians

New Hampshire-Army Industry Partners BAE Systems L3 Insight Tech Inc

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION New Jersey: ~$207M Economic Loss / 6,892 Jobs Affected
New Jersey ARNG: $15.91M reduction New Jersey USAR: $11.24M reduction Picatinny Arsenal: $5M reduction ARDEC

Rollup of Impacts in New Jersey
Jobs: • 6,143 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $37M in pay • 244 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 505 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$52M reduction

Systek Corp Airborne Systems

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant New Jersey Army Personnel 8,352 Full-Time Military 9,884 Guard/Reserve 9,734 Full-Time Civilians

Joint Base McGuireDix-Lakehurst: $4.5M reduction

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$81M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$9M in projects cancellations

New Jersey-Army Industry Partners Airborne Systems of North America Armament Research, Dev and Engineering Center (ARDEC) Systek Corp

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION New Mexico: ~$89M Economic Loss / 2,912 Jobs Affected
New Mexico ARNG: $6.22M reduction New Mexico USAR: $0.84M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in New Mexico
Jobs: • 2,223 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $13M in pay • 52 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 145 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 492 BOS contractor jobs impacted
White Sands Missile Range: $22M reduction

Honeywell URS Tech Services Team Technologies

Base Operations: ~$33M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$13M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$18M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant New Mexico Army Personnel 1,895 Full-Time Military 3,652 Guard/Reserve 6,148 Full-Time Civilians New Mexico-Army Industry Partners Honeywell URS Tech Services Team Technologies

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION New York: ~$351M Economic Loss / 9,163 Jobs Affected
New York ARNG: $18.75M reduction New York USAR: $10.98M reduction Fort Drum: $38M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in New York
Jobs:
• 7,704 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $46M in pay • 100 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 183 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 258 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 918 BOS contractor jobs impacted

SRCTec Inc Lockheed Martin

Watervliet Arsenal: $3M reduction

Moog Inc Camp Smith: $3.1M reduction Fort Hamilton: Active Army $2M reduction ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant

West Point: $92M reduction

Base Operations: ~$108M reduction
Telephonics

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$39M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$101M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$3M reduction

New York Army Personnel 26,696 Full-Time Military 18,426 Guard/Reserve 13,657 Full-Time Civilians

New York – Army Industry Partners SRCTec Inc Lockheed Martin Telephonics Moog Inc

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION North Carolina: ~$389M Economic Loss / 12,159 Jobs Affected
North Carolina ARNG: $13.27M reduction North Carolina USAR: $10.50M reduction SAAB Barracuda LLC

Rollup of Impacts in North Carolina
Camp Butner: $0.5M reduction

Kearfott Corp Mueller Die Cut Solutions

Jobs: • 10,654 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $64M in pay • 9 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 50 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1,446 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$136M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$2 reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$76M in projects cancellations

Fort Bragg: $190M reduction

Sunny Point: $33M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant
North Carolina Army Personnel 51,175 Full-Time Military 15,082 Guard/Reserve 22,793 Full-Time Civilians

North Carolina-Army Industry Partners SAAB Barracuda LLC Kearfott Corp Mueller Die Cut Solutions

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION North Dakota: ~$7M Economic Loss / 31 Jobs Affected
North Dakota ARNG: $5.94M reduction North Dakota USAR: $0.67M reduction Camp Grafton: $2.3M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in North Dakota
Jobs: • 17 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $102K in pay • 14 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.0$M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR North Dakota Army Personnel 395 Full-Time Military 3,972 Guard/Reserve 814 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Ohio: ~$76M Economic Loss / 515 Jobs Affected
Ohio ARNG: $15.98M reduction Ohio USAR: $4.37M reduction

Camp Perry: $3M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Ohio
Jobs: • 202 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $1.2M in pay • 288 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 25 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.9$M reduction

Hunter Defense Tech General Dynamics Ravenna: $0.7M reduction

L3 Communications

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$54M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$2M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Ohio Army Personnel 1,498 Full-Time Military 15,246 Guard/Reserve 3,164 Full-Time Civilians Ohio-Army Industry Partners L3 Communications Hunter Defense Tech General Dynamics

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Oklahoma: ~$256M Economic Loss / 6,789 Jobs Affected
Oklahoma ARNG: $12.82M reduction Oklahoma USAR: $2.83M reduction Camp Gruber: $5.5M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Oklahoma
Jobs:
Honeywell

Northrop Grumman Fort Sill: $110M reduction

• 5,707 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $34M in pay • 33 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 96 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 258 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 695 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Base Operations: ~$48M reduction
Enviro Systems Inc

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Oklahoma Army Personnel 9.786 Full-Time Military 8,258 Guard/Reserve 10,427 Full-Time Civilians

McAlester Army Ammunition Plant: $16M reduction

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$17M reduction
Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$84M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$16M reduction

Oklahoma-Army Industry Partners Northrop Grumman Enviro Systems Inc Honeywell

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Oregon: ~$26M Economic Loss / 1,547 Jobs Affected
Oregon ARNG: $14.19M reduction Oregon USAR: $0.54M reduction Camp Rilea: $1.1M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Oregon
Jobs: • 1,512 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $9M in pay • 15 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 20 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.6$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$30K reduction

FLIR Systems Inc

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Oregon Army Personnel 873 Full-Time Military 6,611 Guard/Reserve 4,164 Full-Time Civilians Oregon-Army Industry Partners FLIR Systems Inc

Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$1M in projects cancellations

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Pennsylvania: ~$1.1B Economic Loss / 10,414 Jobs Affected
Pennsylvania ARNG: $30.81M reduction Pennsylvania USAR: $24.72M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Pennsylvania
Tobyhanna Army Depot: $309M reduction General Dynamics Medico Industries

Jobs:
• 8,421 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $50M in pay • 212 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 79 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1,570 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 132 BOS contractor jobs impacted

BAE Systems Fort Indiantown Gap: $19M reduction Carlisle Barracks : $9M reduction Letterkenny Army Depot: $442M reduction

Boeing BAE Systems

Base Operations: ~$7M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$254M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$21M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$751M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Pennsylvania Army Personnel 4,772 Full-Time Military 23,943 Guard/Reserve 15,378 Full-Time Civilians Pennsylvania-Army Industry Partners BAE Systems Boeing General Dynamics Medico Industries Inc

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Rhode Island: ~$4M Economic Loss / 11 Job Affected
Rhode Island ARNG: $3.21M reduction Rhode Island USAR: $0.37M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Rhode Island
Jobs: • 1 private sector job lost from reduced military investments • 10 BOS contractor jobs impacted

RCM Technologies

Base Operations: ~0.8$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$0.1M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant

Rhode Island Army Personnel 864 Full-Time Military 2,599 Guard/Reserve 878 Full-Time Civilians

Rhode Island – Army Industry Partners RCM Technologies

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
As of 15FEB13

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

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION South Carolina: ~$156M Economic Loss / 5,527 Jobs Affected
South Carolina ARNG: $14.67M reduction South Carolina USAR: $5.59M reduction

Michelin North America Inc Fort Jackson: $75M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in South Carolina
Jobs: • 4,492 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $27M in pay • 48 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 55 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 932 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$62M reduction

TriTech USA Inc

BAE Systems

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant South Carolina Army Personnel 6,188 Full-Time Military 12,687 Guard/Reserve 8,206 Full-Time Civilians South Carolina-Army Industry Partners TriTech USA Inc Michelin North America Inc BAE Systems

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$16M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$18M in projects cancellations

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION South Dakota: ~$6M Economic Loss / 34 Jobs Affected
South Dakota ARNG: $5.01M reduction South Dakota USAR: $0.46M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in South Dakota
Jobs: • 21 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $120,000 in pay • 13 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~0.9$M reduction

Camp Rapid: $0.3M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR South Dakota Army Personnel 547 Full-Time Military 3,470 Guard/Reserve 598 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Tennessee: ~$53M Economic Loss / 2,671 Jobs Affected
Tennessee ARNG: $13.43M reduction Tennessee USAR: $3.05M reduction BAE Systems Fort Campbell (TN): $69M reduction Holston Army Ammunition Plant: 20% Cut to Present Workforce

Rollup of Impacts in Tennessee
Jobs:
• 2,496 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $15M in pay • 64 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 89 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 22 BOS contractor jobs impacted

American Ordnance

Aerojet Ordnance

Camp Milan: $1M reduction

Base Operations: ~1.9$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$13M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$9M in projects cancellations
*Fort Campbell reductions are not included in the total economic loss for Tennessee ($53M)

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Tennessee Army Personnel 1,264 Full-Time Military 13,485 Guard/Reserve 4,186 Full-Time Civilians Tennessee-Army Industry Partners BAE Systems American Ordnance Aerojet Ordnance

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Texas: ~$2.4B Economic Loss / 34,734 Jobs Affected
Texas ARNG: $29.59M reduction Texas USAR: $24.53M reduction Fort Hood: $291M reduction Camp Maxey: $0.83M reduction Camp Wolters: $1.83M reduction Red River Army Depot: $597M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Texas
Jobs:
• 29,958 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $180M in pay • 580 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 565 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 935 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 2,696 BOS contractor jobs impacted

General Dynamics Bell Helicopter Lockheed Martin Camp Swift: $1.62M reduction Corpus Christi Army Depot: $799M reduction

Fort Bliss: $136M reduction

Ft. Sam Houston: $26M reduction M7 Aerospace

Base Operations: ~$233M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$239M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$194M in project cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$1.396B reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Texas Army Personnel 104,993 Full-Time Military 33,912 Guard/Reserve 61,369 Full-Time Civilians

Texas-Army Industry Partners Lockheed Martin M7 Aerospace General Dynamics Bell Helicopter

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Utah: ~$73M Economic Loss / 1,557 Jobs Affected
Utah ARNG: $12.67M reduction Utah USAR: $5.20M reduction L3 Communications Raytheon Alliant Techsystems ITT Corp

Rollup of Impacts in Utah
Jobs:
• 1,253 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $8M in pay • 49 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 16 jobs lost due to decreased DEPOT operations • 239 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Toole Army Depot: $17M reduction

Camp Williams: $6.4M reduction

Dugway Proving Ground: $5M reduction

Base Operations: ~$16M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$14M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Utah Army Personnel 1,490 Full-Time Military 9,779 Guard/Reserve 5,757 Full-Time Civilians Utah-Army Industry Partners L3 Communications Raytheon Alliant Techsystems ITT Corp

Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$4M in projects cancellations DEPOT Operations: ~$17M reduction

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Vermont: ~$8M Economic Loss / 31 Jobs Affected
Vermont ARNG: $5.04M reduction Vermont USAR: $0.55M reduction General Dynamics Cad Cut UTC Aerospace Systems

Rollup of Impacts in Vermont
Jobs: • 18 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 13 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.0$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$2M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Vermont Army Personnel 357 Full-Time Military 3,422 Guard/Reserve 418 Full-Time Civilians Vermont-Army Industry Partners UTC Aerospace Systems General Dynamics Cad Cut

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
As of 15FEB13

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

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Virginia: ~$1B Economic Loss / 25,360 Jobs Affected
Virginia ARNG: $12.83M reduction Virginia USAR: $12.69M reduction Northrop Grumman General Dynamics LMI Consulting NIITEK Inc BAE Radford Fort AP Hill: $0.1M reduction Joint Base MyerHenderson Hall: $5M reduction Fort Belvoir: $23M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Virginia
Jobs: • 22,932 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $137M in pay • 448 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 365 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1,615 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$146M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$160M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$198M in projects cancellations

JAG School: $1.2M reduction Fort Pickett: $7M reduction

Joint Base Langley-Eustis: $233M reduction Fort Lee: $84M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Virginia Army Personnel 30,690 Full-Time Military 14,263 Guard/Reserve 70,540 Full-Time Civilians

Virginia Army Industry Partners Northrop Grumman BAE Radford General Dynamics C4 Systems NIITEK Inc. LMI Consulting

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

AMERICA’S ARMY: Budget Uncertainty Impact THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Washington: ~$461M Economic Loss / 11,047 Jobs Affected
Washington ARNG: $13.78 M reduction Washington USAR: $7.66M reduction Bethel Federal Services LLC Hexcel Structures Corp

Rollup of Impacts in Washington
Jobs: • 9,518 DA Civilians furloughed – loss Berg of $57M in pay Manufacturing Inc • 59 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 230 jobs lost from decreased military construction • 1,240 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$124M reduction

Joint Base LewisMcChord: $341M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Washington Army Personnel 37,540 Full-Time Military 12,953 Guard/Reserve 18,851 Full-Time Civilians Washington-Army Industry Partners Berg Manufacturing Inc Hexcel Structures Corp Bethel Federal Services LLC

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$21M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$201M in projects cancellations

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION West Virginia: ~$25M Economic Loss / 942 Jobs Affected
West Virginia ARNG: $8.51M reduction West Virginia USAR: $2.87M reduction Azimuth Inc.

Rollup of Impacts in West Virginia
Camp Dawson: $4M reduction

Aurora Flight Services

Alliant Techsystems

Jobs: • 889 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $5M in pay • 33 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 20 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~1.4$M reduction Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$8M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$2M in projects cancellations

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant West Virginia Army Personnel 780 Full-Time Military 6,262 Guard/Reserve 1,706 Full-Time Civilians West Virginia-Army Industry Partners Alliant Techsystems Azimuth Inc. Aurora Flight Services

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Wisconsin: ~$331M Economic Loss / 2,738 Jobs Affected
Wisconsin ARNG: $12.60M reduction Wisconsin USAR: $19.45M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Wisconsin
Jobs: • 2,233 DA Civilians furloughed – loss of $13M in pay • 470 private sector jobs lost from reduced military investments • 35 BOS contractor jobs impacted Base Operations: ~$1M reduction
DERCO Aerospace Inc

Ft. McCoy: $4.94M reduction

Oshkosh Truck Corp

Active Army ARNG USAR Major Industry Partner Plant Wisconsin Army Personnel 1,644 Full-Time Military 12,340 Guard/Reserve 4,082 Full-Time Civilians

Acquisition and Military Industrial Base Investments: ~$284M reduction Military Construction / Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization: ~$1M in projects cancellations

Ladish Forging

Wisconsin-Army Industry Partners Oshkosh Truck Corp Ladish Forging DERCO Aerospace Inc

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
As of 15FEB13

*Budget uncertainty includes CR, Sequestration and pressure created by emerging OCO requirements
* MILCON assumes FY13 appropriation with sequestration applied vice current CR

Budget Uncertainty Impact AMERICA’S ARMY: THE STRENGTH OF THE NATION Wyoming: ~$4.2M Economic Loss / 18 Jobs Affected
Wyoming ARNG: $4.09M reduction Wyoming USAR: $0.13M reduction

Rollup of Impacts in Wyoming
Jobs: • 18 BOS contractor jobs impacted

Base Operations: ~1.3$M reduction
Camp Guernsey: $1.5M reduction

Active Army ARNG USAR Wyoming Army Personnel 289 Full-Time Military 1,750 Guard/Reserve 511 Full-Time Civilians

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
As of 15FEB13

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

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