Oklahoma's military bases set to get federal money
Thursday, November 13th 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Military installations in Oklahoma could get more than 96 (m) million in federal dollars if President Bush approves a bill unanimously passed by the Senate.
The money is included in a conference report to a military spending bill.
The money, if approved, would be used to build a maintenance complex at Fort Sill, privatize housing units at Fort Sill, Tinker Air Force Base and Altus Air Force Base.
The money would also pay for a new logistics complex at Vance Air Force Base and flight simulators in Altus.