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This week the Washington Post reported that the Army and the Marine Corps had reduced the size of their pension payments for retiring soldiers, a move that raises concerns that the military could start to give more in retirement benefits than they pay out to active duty service members.

But what is the Pentagon spending money on to keep service members on the active-duty lists?

The government will spend more money on the Pentagon’s own retirement accounts under a proposal to be presented to Congress later this week by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, according to officials in his office.

“We’re making serious investments in pension benefits for retired personnel of the military and veterans at an unprecedented rate,” said Tom Donovan, the Pentagon’s acting chief financial officer, in an in인터넷카지노terview.

A study by McKinsey & Co. last year concluded that for current retirees, “more can be expected than currently projected in pension benefits from the Department of Defense.”

It was also found that some senior Pentagon officials had discussed the pension cuts in recent months.

Last week, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus criticized the “turbulence” of spending on retirement and criticized lawmakers who are “being very conservative.”

“This is more money than Congress has available,” Mabus told reporters last Friday. “We just can’t afford to have it run through the budget.”

Peg McKeon, spokesman for the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, said a “great deal of the current spending is on defense — on new programs, military retiree and disability payments, and the cost of our health care system.”

But the administration is expected to argue that it is spending far more on its own retirement programs — that is, spending on the military.

At a time when military retirement benefits are estimated to increase by almost $1.1 trillion this year, the Pentagon will argue that they ar