Military leaders and Department of Defense pay experts have presented to Congress a reshaped version of that new "blended retirement" system for future service members, saying this one "best enables us to maintain the readiness of the All-Volunteer Force." Their hope is that Congress will accept the fresh changes quickly and integrate them into the "momentous" retirement reform package being shepherded toward enactment this year.
DoD Offers New Plan for 'Blended Retirement'
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