In the wake of 9/11, Colorado Springs’ four military installations realized a 47 percent increase in employment, plus a growth in economic impact of more than 140 percent, rising to over $6 billion. The United Way’s 2013 Quality of Life Indicators report estimated that the military’s overall economic impact in the Pikes Peak region was […]

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