Cautious Pentagon extends troop travel limits through June
April 19, 2020
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon is extending military travel restrictions through June, indicating a concern that the coronavirus remains a threat to troops even as the Trump administration pushes for some states to begin opening up in May.
The military travel limits, which Defense Secretary Mark Esper ordered in March, had been set to expire May 11.
"While the Department acknowledges that this order will have great impact on our service members and their families who are looking to proceed with their lives, the rapidly changing environment has created significant risks to service members,...