http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...-two-years/?intcmp=latestnews&vgnextrefresh=1 This could be bad for any center thats located near an army base. Or more specifically.....centers that service those areas. Especially if full sequestration goes into affect later. It all depends on which bases get reduced and/or how the allotment of cuts for the bases selected is made. Apparently 30 bases were targeted. If the cuts were distributed equally among those thirty bases that would be about 1900 less (including civilians) jobs in those areas. Many of those have families. That is probably a drop in the bucket for some places if the base is near a larger city and likely serviced by a hub. But for the smaller centers in towns where the base is a major part of the economy it could result in allot of lost volume. Meaning....even more routes cut than we are seeing now with ORION. And what if some bases are hit harder than others? It might be time for some people to flip through the contract and brush up on what happens if centers are partially closed or absorbed by others. Many of the lower seniority drivers might be working preload/reload to get 8 hours. What a potential mess.