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Army lost $586 million in equipment, weapons in Afghanistan

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Poor security and inaccurate records of Army supplies in Afghanistan led to the loss of $586 million in equipment between May 2012 and May 2013, including weapons and other sensitive information. The Army and civilian contractors oversee equipment at storage areas where extra supplies are inventoried and used to fill shortages. But the inventory is inaccurate and security is weak at the yards,...

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