Military leaders are hesitant to speak openly about budget cuts, admiral says

06/7/2013 | Washington Free Beacon (Washington, D.C.)

Adm. William McRaven, the top commander of U.S. Special Operations forces, said Thursday that budget cuts are hurting military operations but that military leaders are hesitant to publicly acknowledge the damage being done. "We're always in that awkward position of trying to be good soldiers, but at the same time recognizing we are on a very serious downward slope here," McRaven said.

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