In this Dec. 13, 2012 photo, JD Brunson talks in Columbia, S.C., about the possibility of cuts that could chip away at military health insurance, pensions and other services long considered untouchable. If Congress and President Barack Obama don't agree on spending cuts by Jan. 1, a package of across-the-board cuts would take effect that would hit the military heavily. Brunson, 47, whose 56-year-old husband retired as a master sergeant after 24 years in the Air Force, says they contribute $41 per month to their military health insurance. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

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In this Dec. 13, 2012 photo, JD Brunson talks in Columbia, S.C., about the possibility of cuts that could chip away at military health insurance, pensions and other services long considered untouchable. If Congress and President Barack Obama don't agree on spending cuts by Jan. 1, a package of across-the-board cuts would take effect that would hit the military heavily. Brunson, 47, whose 56-year-old husband retired as a master sergeant after 24 years in the Air Force, says they contribute $41 per month to their military health insurance. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
In this Dec. 13, 2012 photo, JD Brunson talks in Columbia, S.C., about the possibility of cuts that could chip away at military health insurance, pensions and other services long considered untouchable. If Congress and President Barack Obama don't agree on spending cuts by Jan. 1, a package of across-the-board cuts would take effect that would hit the military heavily. Brunson, 47, whose 56-year-old husband retired as a master sergeant after 24 years in the Air Force, says they contribute $41 per month to their military health insurance. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
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