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Re: Word on Iraq

The downsizing affected the entire military.  They cut the military budget 
drastically.  Many military hospitals were closed but entire military bases and 
posts.  Too much to go into here, but the cuts to benefits were drastic also, 
to the point where it is no longer in a soldier's best interest to make the 
military their career.   No VA hospitals in Texas were closed to my knowledge, 
but many lost their jobs (Civilians mostly) through the closing of military 
installations.  My job was downsized, and my husband was more or less forced into 
early retirement.   

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 2/2/2004 7:56:47 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
In recent years, though,
many veterans' services are being cut, hospitals are closing.  I hope this
pace does not continue.

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