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$500m worth of U.S. military transport planes sit unused in Afghanistan; investigation launched

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Nearly $500 million and five years after the Department of Defense purchased 20 refurbished transport aircraft for the Afghan Air Force, the planes sit idle in Kandahar. Now the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction wants to know what went wrong. The Pentagon ended the program to support the Italian-made G222 planes after it became clear they were being poorly managed,...

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