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From the pen of Ex-PH2; 3-20-09 –News story on Wednesday that the military, esp. the Navy, is reducing re-ups in what could be called critical rates, like aviation mechanic (AM), because they are “overstaffed”. Why would that be done when it’s unclear (at least to me) whether or not we still face an external threat? […]
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