Defense and service personnel officials continue to resist efforts by Congress to provide troops a bigger 2011 military raise, telling a House panel that they would rather see more money spent on quality-of-life programs for troops and their families than on boosting the 1.4 percent pay raise proposed by the Obama administration.

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