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U.S. Army in Europe to Cut Local National Workforce

Stars and Stripes reports: “U.S. Army Europe and Installation Management Command-Europe announced force structure changes Thursday that will reduce the service’s local national workforce by 579 positions.”  

“The changes also will result in a net increase of 44 U.S. civilian positions, while 89 military positions will be shed.”  

“Army officials described the actions as a ‘rebalancing’ of forces, adjusting the size of units that support the Army’s combat forces stationed in Europe.”

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