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Congress / Interactive

Representing Defense

June 12, 2013

Members of Congress might join the House Armed Services Committee because of policy expertise or personal experience, but there are geographic reasons as well. Members looking to gain knowledge of and influence over the military issues that affect their districts can do so more easily from a place on the Armed Services panel.

NOTE: Only installations with 2,000 or more personnel are shown.
Sources: House of Representatives; Defense Dept. Base Structure Report Fiscal 2012 Baseline

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