Both  Democrats  and Republicans today are set to vote on a spending bill to fund the military for two years that will add stability to the budget process.

The bill will add 130 plus Billion in funding that will help locations like Youngstown Air Wing maintain aircraft, train staff and recruit 15,000 new military members to bring the force up to full readiness.

currently spending caps which will also be removed under the bill have caused training related deaths and equipment that can’t be used due to parts shortages.

While the Senate approves of the bill Nancy Pelosi filibustered yesterday for more than 8 hours worried more about Illegal immigrants than America soldiers.

likewise the Democrats added large spending items to the Domedtic spending budget that balloon the deficit

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Air Force Reserve Tech. Sgt. Ken Hesser, a crew chief with the 910th Maintenance Group, Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio, marshals a C-130H Hercules aircraft as the aircrew taxis the plane for takeoff on the flightline of the Kelly Field Annex here, Sept. 14, 2017. Hesser is among more than 90 Reserve Citizen Airmen supporting the 910th’s mosquito control aerial spray operations over areas of eastern Texas devastated by Hurricane Harvey. The 910th Airlift Wing operates the Department of Defense’s only aerial spray capability to control pest insect populations, eliminate undesired and invasive vegetation and disperse oil spills in large bodies of water. Due to large amounts of standing, polluted water, the numbers of pest insects are increasing significantly. This situation is impacting first responders and recovery workers as clean-up and repair efforts continue. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) have requested the support of the 910th to treat potentially millions of affected acres for mosquito control purposes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Bob Barko Jr.)

more than 330 Billion dollars which has some budget hawks on both sides of the isle angry.

News Reporter