FORT LEE, Va. — Workers at the 247 military supermarkets around the world are facing pay cuts of up to 20% as the Department of Defense explores the possibility of further cuts due to sequestration, a top executive told SN last week. “We’ve reduced spending, there’s no travel, no external training — and we are under a hiring freeze,” Mike Dowling, chief operating officer at the Defense Commissary Agency, or DeCA, told SN. “Without being able to ...

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