James E. Lokovic, director of government relations for AFSA, rejected the administration's notion of applying business strategies to earned benefits.
"Damn it, these people earned it and the government owes them," he
said, referring to free lifetime benefits including for drugs on base.
The response of James E. Lokovic, spokesman for the Air Force Sergeants Association, was: "These people earned it and the government owes them.
It's disgusting that they would even float this notion.
The government has a debt to military retirees, he
continued, and ought to be budgeting for it.
You cannot run military benefit programs like a business, he