On Tuesday January 14th The House of Representatives passed a 2014 Defense Appropriations bill to the tune of $486.9 billion. Included in the appropriations bill was $447
million for Cyber Command, $157 million for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response programs, and an additional $25 million to expand the Sexual Assault Victims’ Counsel
program to all the military services. Last year cyber command received $191 million. The bill also provides a 1% raise for the military.
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