Fort Polk backers seek support by March 21
Editor's note: The following sample letter is provided by Central Louisiana officials who are challenging a proposal by the Department of the Army to reduce staffing at Fort Polk in Vernon.
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#1 Mar 3, 2013
Oh, now leesville wants to act like they are for the soldier. They have been ripping us off forever, but now that they may lose some money from the soldiers they want to help fort Polk retain everybody. I hope fort Polk closes down completely . Move jrtc to cal.
#2 Mar 3, 2013
Leesville is definatly not for the soldier but quite a few military towns are like this. I agree they need to send the soldiers elsewhere for the most part. I doubt they will close Polk seeing as they just bought more land. I'm sure most would prefer to be sent elsewhere.
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