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Here's an example of wasteful spending that won't float your boat. The Pentagon paid $3 million in 2010 to buy eight patrol boats to help Afghan National Security Forces secure their country's Amu Darya river border with Uzbekistan.
A Pentagon agency has concluded that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl showed definite signs of being drugged by his captors for a pivotal December 2013 video that spurred the Obama administration to trade five Taliban commanders for his release.
Away from the Chinese military's expanding capabilities in cyberspace and electronic warfare, Beijing is growing the size and reach of its naval fleet, advancing its air force and testing a host of new missiles, the Pentagon said Thursday.
The Pentagon said Tuesday that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl may still face disciplinary action if he is found to have walked away from his post in 2009, as Obama administration officials sought to answer increasingly pointed questions about the deal that saw the U.S. release five Taliban warriors in exchange for getting the sergeant back.
A Russian jet following a U.S. Air Force plane over the Pacific rolled sideways to reveal its air-to-air missile before flying within 100 feet of the cockpit in an attempt to unnerve the crew.
EXCLUSIVE: The Pentagon knew where Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was being held captive — down to how many gunmen were guarding him — but special operators shelved rescue missions because they didn't want to risk casualties for a man they believed to be a "deserter."
The Pentagon is seeking permanent funding for a fleet of communications drone and modified business jets to aid U.S. troops operating in the mountains of Afghanistan in the coming years.
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