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Local leaders fear budget cuts at Air Force school

By Barrie Barber - Staff Writer



The future for the Air Force Institute of Technology, which will graduate 56 students today, remains an open question in an era of sequestration-induced budget cuts, a declared readiness crisis in Air Force flying squadrons and upcoming civilian job furloughs, some say.

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