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U.S. Army Cuts Off Benefit From Deployed Soldiers: ‘We Understand The Burden This Could Potentially Place On Soldiers’

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The U.S. Army has discontinued the practice of providing free storage for soldiers’ belongings while they are away.

The decision affects soldiers on prolonged deployments, and it is uncertain whether it applies to all deployment types.

The Army is developing a new policy to address this change, but details about the timing and specifics of the policy are not yet clear.

“We understand the burden this could potentially place on soldiers, and HQDA G-1 [The Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel, Department of the Army] is drafting policy that would enable such storage,” service spokesman Sgt. Pablo Saez said.

As a result, soldiers have been authorized to store their vehicles in motor pools, which are often uncovered and not climate controlled.

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