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U.S. Military Set for Biggest Pay Raise in YEARS

U.S. Soldiers assigned to Bandit Troop, 1st Squadron, 3rd Cavalry Regiment and deployed in support of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve await aerial extraction via CH-47 Chinook during an aerial response force live-fire training exercise in Iraq, Oct. 31, 2018. A number of training initiatives, collectively known as the Iraqi Air Enterprise, is underway across the Iraqi Air Force, Army Aviation, and Air Defense Commands. Continued growth towards Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) self-sufficiency will permit the Coalition to adjust the role and number of Coalition forces in Iraq in response to changing support requirements of the ISF. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Leland White)

From the very beginning of his candidacy, President Donald Trump has promised to keep the best interests of American men and women in our military as one of his most important priorities. So far, the President has done plenty to make good on this commitment.

Among a long list of things that Trump has accomplished on behalf of our servicemen and women, there’s another accomplishment to add; thanks in no small part to Trump’s push for better military funding, those serving in the military are now set to receive their biggest pay raise in years.

Under President Obama, the US military was allowed to reach a historic low and was, according to many, underfunded and unprepared to adequately counter the various threats faced by the United States. This is a trend that President Trump promised to reverse – one of the many promises that helped him win the White House and one of the many promises that he has made good on since taking office.

Here’s Fox Business with the president’s latest boon for the people that volunteer to defend America’s interests.


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