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Topic - Karen E. Dyson
Army officials described a grim future under spending cuts due to begin Friday, with soldiers mowing lawns and hauling garbage instead of training, and facilities with broken water mains and leaky roofs.
Maj. Gen. Karen E. Dyson, director of Army budget, said some 3,100 civilian workers already are being laid off and the Army has implemented a hiring freeze.
The cuts will "stress and shock our workforce," Gen. Dyson said.