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Obama proposes another BRAC round for 2015

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Implications for Fort Knox unknown as opposition begins

By Marty Finley

President Barack Obama has proposed another round of Base Realignment and Closure in 2015.

If authorized by Congress, it could lead to the shuttering of several military installations and a downsizing of infrastructure, but local officials and U.S. lawmakers said uncertainty surrounds the concept with many legislators in opposition.

The implications for Fort Knox are remote and unknown under the proposal but U.S. defense officials have expressed a desire to shrink the size of the military because it has more bases and facilities than can be supported.


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