More than 10,000 Wright-Patterson civil service employees will begin to receive furlough notices Friday, a base spokesman said, capping months of wondering when the mandatory unpaid time off because of budget cuts would start.
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Our military affairs reporter Barrie Barber has been covering the furloughs at Wright-Patterson and Defense Department budget cuts all year. These cuts impact thousands of area families and businesses and we’ll bring you the latest news as it develops.