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Stratton’s future up in the air

Officials prepare before closure list released

As the sun rises, Master Sgt. Jeff Jordan and Mechanic Chris Wren wait before an LC-130 is set to take off from Stratton Air National Guard for Antarctica mission in October.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
As the sun rises, Master Sgt. Jeff Jordan and Mechanic Chris Wren wait before an LC-130 is set to take off from Stratton Air National Guard for Antarctica mission in October.
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Eight years after a federal agency nearly called for the Stratton Air National Guard Base to downsize, no one really knows what’s in store for the future of the Glenville base. If anything, there’s more uncertainty than ever for Stratton, and for military installations across the nation, as the threat of sequestration looms Friday. And that’s not to mention the regular, ongoing threat of cuts at the Department of Defense and discussions of an upcoming ...


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mlamendola
February 25, 2013
6:02 a.m.

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good story

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