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A new financial corruption scandal for the Pentagon related to the invasion of Iraq

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A new financial corruption scandal for the Pentagon related to the invasion of Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:54 pm

A new financial corruption scandal for the Pentagon related to the invasion of Iraq

13-08-2018 02:42 PM

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The US Defense Department's spy agency has failed to figure out the fate of more than $ 1 trillion in money spent in that period, the US military website said on Monday.

While the Department of Defense has long been infamous, recent government reports indicate that the Pentagon's fund management problems have reached astronomical proportions, as a study by the Pentagon's Inspector General found that the Pentagon could not account for more than $ 1 trillion The money spent and the inventory systems are very low even in the United States.

"The US military has lost track of 56 aircraft, 32 tanks and a complete Jovilan missile unit," he said, noting that the chemical and biological warfare allowances that American commanders before the invasion of Iraq had needed to protect the troops had been sold as surplus over the Internet at a low cost. very".

"The Pentagon's financial reporting systems are in a state of chaos," former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said in a testimony to Congress. "They are unable to provide the kinds of financial management information that any large organization can offer."


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