Because the government. still facing a negative backlash over its decision to divert $ 3.6 billion in funding for militia-building projects to President Donald Trump's long and promised wall strategy, we have a clearer picture of which initiatives will be affected.
In a letter, which was first modified by the Daily Beast, Protection Secretary Tag Esper outlined 127 projects that are expected to lose a total of $ 1.7 billion in funding. While Esper said the money would no longer be drawn from “family housing, barracks or dormitory projects,” the checklist reveals a number of US and arena-wide initiatives that could be affected.
Among the many initiatives that may be impacted by misappropriation of funding are children's tutorial facilities, gun maintenance facilities, and shooting ranges.
Below is the Elephantine checklist of militia initiatives that may be affected in the US and its territories:
Fat ticket: $ 1,075,961
Anniston Army Depot, Gun Repair Shop, $ 5,200
Eielson AFB: Restore Central Boiler / Power Plant, $ 41,000; Restore central heating and boiler of Ph3 $ 34,400 power plant; Eielson AFB CATM Range Improvement, $ 19,000
Castle Greely: Growth of Missile Discipline # 1, $ 8,000
Castle Huachuca: Ground Transportation Equipment Building, $ 30,000
Channel Islands: ANGS in July 2020 Originates C-130J Flight Simulator Facility, $ 8,000
Peterson AFB: Location Keep an eye on facilities, $ 8,000
Tyndall AFB: Fire Rescue / Resident Breaker, $ 17,000
Wrong Joint Harbor and Hickam: Consolidated Training Center, $ 5,500
Kaneohe Bay: Mokapu Gate Security Enhancements, $ 26,492
Crane Army Ammunition Plant: Wagon Maintenance Location, $ 16,000
Hulman Regional Airport: Create the Little Hands Range, $ 8,000
Castle Campbell, Kentucky: feet Campbell Middle College, $ 62,634
Reserve Joint Unusual Common Orleans: NORTHCOM – Source Alert Apron, $ 15,000, NORTHCOM – Source Alert Facilities $ 24,000
Castle Meade: Cantonese Localization Roads, $ 16,500
Andrews Wrong Set: PAR Reallocates Haz Cargo Pad and EOD Range, $ 37,000; Minute One Standard Heart, $ 13,000
Jackson's IAP: Create the $ 8,000 Little Hands Range
Holloman AFB: MQ-9 FTU Ops Facility, $ 85,000
White Sands: Fact Program Facility, $ 40,000
US Academy of Protective Energy: Engineering Heart, $ 95,000; $ 65,000 parking structure
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: 2nd Radio BN Advanced, Part 2, $ 25,650; Ambulatory Care Adding / Altering Heart, $ 15,300
Castle Bragg: Butner Traditional College Replacement, $ 32,944 (canceled before)
Seymour Johnson AFB: KC-46A ADAL for Alt Mission Storage, $ 6,400
Tulsa Iap: Create the Little Hands Range, $ 8,000
Klamath Falls IAP: Inner Range of Origin, $ 8,000; Replace gasoline facilities, $ 2,500
Beaufort: Permanent Fire Replacement at Laurel Bay, $ 10,750
Castle Bliss: $ 20,000 Roadside Protection Entry
Joint Wrong San Antonio: Dining Facilities at Camp Bullis, $ 18,500
Hill AFB: Composite Airplane Antenna Calibration, $ 26,000; UTTR Consolidated Mission Keep an Eye on the Heart, $ 28,000
Langley-Eustis Wrong Joint: Origin of Cyber Operations Facilities, $ 10,000
Norfolk: Replace Unsafe Offer Warehouse, $ 18,500
Pentagon: Pentagon Subway Station, $ 12,111 (previously canceled)
Portsmouth: Replace Unsafe Offering Warehouse, $ 22,500; Ship Repair Facility, $ 26,120
Bangor: Pier Facilities and Repairs, $ 88,960
Truax Discipline: Small-Handed Range, $ 8,000
Total Fat: $ 687,284
Jointly residing Marianas: Earth Lined Magazines, $ 52,270; PRTC Roads, $ 2,500; Smart Water Discipline, $ 56,088; Navy Industrial Hardening, $ 37,180; Machine Gun Range, $ 50,000; APR – Ammunition Storage Iglos, Part 2, $ 35,300; Hayman Munitions Igloos MSA 2, $ 9,800; APR – SATCOM C4I Installation, $ 14,200
Arroyo: Heart of Readiness, $ 30,000
Camp Santiago: Corporate Headquarters Building – Temporary Training, $ 47,000, Dining Facilities, Temporary Training, $ 13,000; Engineering / Housing Repair Shops (DPW), $ 11,000; Ground for maneuver location training equipment, $ 80,000; National Guard Readiness Heart, $ 50,000; Power Substation / Switching Residential Building, $ 18,500
Gurabo: Auto Repair Shop, $ 28,000
Punta Borinquen: Ramey Unit College Replacement, $ 61,071
San Juan: Aircraft Repair Hangar (AASF), $ 64,000
St. Croix: Auto Repair Shop, $ 20,000; Power Substation / Switching Residential Building, $ 3,500
St. Thomas: National Guard Auto Repair Shop Add / A, $ 3,875
In all world:
A wide range of militia building projects around the arena have also been supported, with initiatives at some point in Germany, the UK and Japan affected.
O elephant checklist of affected initiatives will also be seen here.
"A slap in the face"
Democrats like hit the decision of the trump government to withdraw funding for militia building projects to alleviate the Trump administration's crackdown on immigration, with Senate minority chief Chuck Schumer calling the circulation "a slap in the face" for US Armed Forces participants.
“It's a long way slap in the face of Armed Forces participants who favor our nation who @realDonaldTrump It's tempting to cannibalize the militia funds already allocated to spice up his own ego, and for a wall he promised Mexico would pay to create, ”Schumer wrote in a tweet on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, House President Nancy Pelosi said in an announcement that "the government's irresponsible decision to transfer funds from the proper construction of US militias makes the United States less stable and dishonors the structure."
“The president is denying the main principle of the Structure, the separation of powers, attacking our energy from the stock market. of Congress and is undermining the company's oath of space that we decided to protect and defend the Structure and the American from us, ”she said.
Much more than building a wall, Pelosi said that if the US wants to discourage migrants from coming to the border, the government. presumably, you may still agree to address “the causes of migration” by taking asylum seekers to the border.
“As our bipartisan delegation of Congress saw the first-month closing month in the Northern Triangle nations of the central United States, we will still be strengthening US initiatives. However, the government has decided to distribute critical funding for effective and confirmed actions against narcotics and stability and security to create an ineffective and useless wall. This irrational decision will be most effective in irritating the underlying causes of migration, ”said Pelosi.