The Pentagon has spent $ 150 million to ensure the luxury villas for their employees in Afghanistan

The Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction John Sopko sent to the US defense ministry a letter asking to clarify what went $ 150 million allocated to small units, which was engaged in the restoration of the economic infrastructure of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Sopko said in his letter that does not quite understand what benefit the United States got off work units, which spends huge sums on luxury villas, lunch and protection. The Inspector believes that the waste can be substantially reduced if people living units on military bases, the remaining employees of the US Army, according to the English-language site RT.

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