Department of Defense restricts service members to local travel only until May 11th

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist announced new travel restrictions for service members, DoD civilians and their families assigned to DoD installations.

The order will stop all domestic travel including Permanent Change of Station and Temporary Duty according to officials. They also say service members are allowed local leave only.

This new guideline is effective March 16 through May 11.

For more information, visit The U.S Department of Defense.

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