Thousands of Wright-Patterson civilian employees won’t spend as much time off the job without pay after the Pentagon dropped the number of furlough days to 11 from 14 on Tuesday.
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For months, our reporters in Dayton and Washington have been covering sequestration and especially the possible impact to thousands of workers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Reporter Barrie Barber is dedicated full-time to covering news from the base. Contact him at (937)225-2363 or email Barrie.Barber@coxinc.com.