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Department of Defense releases list of hundreds of military projects at risk for cancellation

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Department of Defense releases list of hundreds of military projects at risk for cancellation

Department of Defense releases list of hundreds of military projects at risk for cancellation

The Department of Defense has released a list of hundreds of military construction projects that are at risk cancellation.The reason?

To free up funds and resources to pay for President Trump's border wall.

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