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Military joint chiefs warn about budget cuts

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The country's top military officers warned Congress Thursday that continued automatic cuts in the armed services' budgets will force reductions in manpower, training and weapons purchases that reduce the nation's ability to defend itself and could cause higher U.S. casualties. Complaints by the chiefs of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines drew a sympathetic response from...

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