update Of the more than $3.6 billion that was redirected to the wall, $80 million came from projects in North Carolina, including $40 million for a new battalion complex and ambulatory care center at Camp Lejeune, $6.4 million for a storage facility for the new KC-46 tanker at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base and $32.9 million for a previously canceled elementary school at Fort Bragg. The ambulatory care center was to replace current facilities that are “substandard, inefficient, decentralized and uncontrolled,” according to the military.
This report makes me sick to think about how many times we hear "support the troops" yet this verifies our politicians reduced it to a slogan!
Their loved ones serve our country but call their living conditions a slap in the face
FOX 17 News
by Erika Glover
December 19th 2019
“Why should my husband, or anybody’s husband or spouse, be deployed or be training and having to worry about if their family is sick this week and in the hospital because of the hazardous conditions?”
However, Fort Campbell families allege some are still feeling the burdens of potentially hazardous housing conditions.
“I am appalled. I am frustrated. I am angry,” said one military wife who concealed her identity out of fear of retaliation.
For nearly one year, her family of four lived in Fort Campbell's on-post housing at the Pierce Village apartments. She said brown recluse spiders took over their two-story duplex, despite paying more than $1,300 per month.
“When I was doing dishes they would crawl across the counter,” she explained. “If I was sitting on the couch, they would crawl on my legs. They were in our bed. They were in our clothes.”
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Add San Diego Navy housing to this.
Defense Bill Provides New Rights For Families In Private Military Housing