Army Failed To Properly Track $1B In Equipment, OIG Says

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

The U.S. Army lacked effective controls for tracking more than $1 billion in equipment provided to the Iraqi government under a training and equipment fund meant to help in the fight against the Islamic State militant group, a watchdog said in a report made publicly available Wednesday.

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Defense Worker Cops To ‘Bourne’-Inspired Spy Scheme

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

A former defense contractor employee who loves spy stories like the “Jason Bourne” films pled guilty Monday to charges related to selling military satellite information to an agent he thought was a Russian spy for money to send to a girlfriend in Long Beach, California, who was catfishing him.

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State Dept. OKs $250M Navy Training Deal For Saudi Arabia

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

The U.S. Department of State has signed off on a $250 million naval training program for Saudi Arabia, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced on Tuesday, days after the White House inked a massive arms deal with the Middle Eastern nation worth up to $350 billion.

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