Army budget considers Soldiers, families, training

Lopez, C. Todd
July 2009
Soldiers;Jul2009, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p26
The article reports the plans of the U.S. Army for fiscal year 2010 for the soldiers and their families. The Army reportedly requested 142 billion dollars to be spent mostly on their efforts to take care of the soldiers and their respective families. Some of the plans include funding for soldier programs, wounded warrior programs, and an increase in family-support activities. Part of the requested budget will also go to the pay increase of 2.9 percent for soldiers and two percent for civilians.


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