A Pentagon report says planned Air National Guard cuts would eliminate about 850 jobs at Michigan's Selfridge and Kellogg bases, drawing criticism from Senate Armed Services Committee chairman Carl Levin and others from the state's congressional delegation.
The Detroit News quotes (http://bit.ly/xhiMnG) an Air Force report saying Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Macomb County's Harrison Township would lose 724 jobs with the relocation A-10 fighters.
It says Kellogg Air Guard Station in Battle Creek would lose a net 122 jobs.
Democrat Levin says he's asked the military to give him "the methodology and justification for these plans." He says he'll question the Air Force secretary and chief of staff in committee March 20.
Harrison Township Republican Rep. Candice Miller calls the cuts "a step in the wrong direction."
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