N.D. Guard may downsize: Budget cuts may force state to pull out of one or more cities
The North Dakota National Guard would have to reduce its troop strength by as much as 8.8 percent — 250 to 300 soldiers — to meet proposed cuts outlined in the U.S. Department of Defense Fiscal 2015 budget.
That could mean that one or more of the 18 cities hosting National Guard units could lose its local Guard connection.
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