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An audit report published by the inspector general of the United States Department of Defense, has revealed that the military Central Command (Pentagon) cannot account for $223 million in orders placed in the current international military operation against the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The inspector general said specifically that auditors were unable to verify the accuracy of 72 United States Army Central Command ACSA orders, valued at more than $202 million, due to a lack of supporting documentation. The auditor also made it known that in addition to the $202 million that cannot be accounted for, the accuracy and status of 70 United States Air Force Central Command ACSA orders, which are valued at more than $21 million, were also unknown. This is due to the incorrect or incomplete methods used to post transactions. This means that, in total, the Pentagon cannot account for $223 million.
originally posted by: gladtobehere
a reply to: onehuman
We need to cut income taxes by 50% (to start) and force this corrupt, wasteful, criminal organization we call government, to stop making it impossible for the average American to survive.