While the initial word from Washington is veterans are expected to be in the clear, there's a big question mark hanging over the head of active duty military service members in Eastern Carolina. The yet to be defined parts of the debt deal are what worries marines and their families at Camp Lejeune.
Chelsea Mosley, and her husband who is based at Camp Lejeune will have a baby soon, and now they wonder if they'll have to change their plans, and if Chelsea will have to get a job.
"I'm going to be two and a half months into school and then have to have another baby and then miss a week, two weeks. You know, depends on how everything plays out,"
Spouses of deployed marines say marines shouldn't be focused on problems at home, so they can stay focused on the battlefield.
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