A Patton Boggs team led by name partner and leading lobbyist Thomas Boggs will lobby to keep a U.S. Army presence in Heidelberg, Germany, according to disclosure documents filed with the Justice Department last week.

In an Aug. 28 letter to the mayor of Heidelberg, Dr. Eckart Würzner, Boggs wrote that as part of an ongoing military assessment known as the Quadrennial Defense Review, the military is reconsidering plans to bring two Germany-based Army Brigades back to the U.S. Canceling the relocation would leave 42,000 soldiers in Germany and Europe, Boggs wrote.

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