Workers meet over job losses at Pa. military site

  • June 28, 2014

NEW CUMBERLAND (AP) – Workers at a military supply center outside Harrisburg are concerned they may lose their jobs under a plan to outsource positions to the private sector. reported Saturday dozens of people who work at the Defense Logistics Agency at Susquehanna Depot met with labor leaders to get information about the potential changes.

About 2,000 people currently work at the facility in New Cumberland.

Labor leaders are encouraging the workers to pressure federal lawmakers to keep the jobs in southcentral Pennsylvania.

The center distributes military components around the world.


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