Sequestration 2013: Military services may suffer once cuts kick in

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Services provided to the military outside of their annual salary may be among the major things to be cut once sequestration measures kick in, Federal News Radio reports.

According to Federal News Radio's Jack Moore, services such as tuition assistance, family assistance, rehabilitation and others are not immune to cuts, unlike take-home pay.

The Department of Defense is among the agencies likely to be hardest hit by sequestration, as the Pentagon expects its hundreds of thousands of workers to be furloughed significantly.


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