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Md.'s U.S. senators push to keep Navy air squadron in state

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Maryland's U.S. senators are pushing to block the Navy from moving an air squadron out of Joint Base Andrews, charging that the relocation would cut hundreds of Maryland jobs and leave the Washington area open to attack. Democrats Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin teamed up with Illinois Republican Mark Kirk to introduce legislation that would keep the VAQ-209 Navy Reserve Electronic Attack...

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