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Lost & Found: Did ISIS 'Find' $420mn in 'Lost' US Military Supplies in Afghanistan?


Offbeat  (tags: Afghanistan, Arms, Army, Politics, Robert Bridge, Scandal, Security, USA, War )


- 1713 days ago - rt.com
How does the military lose half a billion dollars worth of equipment in one year? That's the question Pentagon auditors are asking after it was revealed that US military equipment worth $420 million went missing in action in Afghanistan last year.



   

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Lois Jordan (63)
Monday November 10, 2014, 12:49 pm
Noted. Thanks, Ray. Another big chunk of American supplies "lost." A couple weeks ago, millions of dollars in cash was found across the Syrian border. American money, supplies bought with American tax dollars. And, the region is so screwed up that we should just remove ourselves entirely from the situation. But, it is to Corporate war contractors benefit that we stay in the middle of it, and spend more and more American tax dollars to fund this boondoggle. I object! Bring home our troops. Bring home our tax dollars. Fund our infrastructure. Fund our colleges. Help those Americans most in need.
 

Jamie Clemons (282)
Monday November 10, 2014, 1:22 pm
"Lost?" I am sure the supplies ended up right where the US wanted them to end up. So they can keep the war OF terror going.
 

Phil P (94)
Monday November 10, 2014, 1:43 pm
Surprise, surprise. But really, small potatoes compared to Amb. Bremer's loss of $8 Billion in tax payer cash because "a lot was going on at the time".
 

Nelson Baker (0)
Monday November 10, 2014, 7:17 pm
Noted. This is unacceptable. Some Generals and others should be held accountable.
 
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