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Federal employees using government aircraft for hundreds of non-official missions, GAO says

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Senior federal officials use government airplanes for many non-official purposes, but agencies don't track the trips, according to the Government Accountability Office. More than 1,700 aircraft are owned or leased by the federal government and are used to "accomplish a wide variety of missions," including firefighting and law enforcement, according to GAO. After a February 2013 GAO report...

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