Storify: Defense Civilians Take Furlough Notices to Twitter

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Defense Department civilians began receiving furlough notices on Tuesday to officially inform them of 11 days of mandatory unpaid leave scheduled to begin on July 8.  Facing a 20 percent pay cut from July through September, some civilian employees took their frustrations to Twitter.  

We compiled some of their thoughts below:

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