A strong military doesn’t mean sacrificing healthcare, humanity
By Moe Davis
I was out in Cherokee County recently when I ran into a retired Air Force information technology specialist I was stationed with years ago. We were talking about military fiscal policy and he told me that he had once purchased new monitors for the computers in his squadron over the summer, but then in September he was told to order new ones because there was money still in the budget and it all had to be spent before the end of the fiscal year.
I wasn’t surprised. I was in the Air Force for 25 years, long enough to tell you this …
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