Category Archives: Afghanistan

The Silent Revolution within NATO Logistics: A Study in Afghanistan Fuel and Future Applications

[Translate] The Silent Revolution within NATO Logistics: A Study in Afghanistan Fuel and Future Applications Master’s thesis NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA DEFENSE ANALYSIS DEPT Evans, Michael J ; Masternak, Stephen W Dec 2012 Abstract : This thesis presents the … Continue reading

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Policies Governing Military Food Service Contracts Effect Soldier Readiness

[Translate] Policies Governing Military Food Service Contracts Effect Soldier Readiness ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA Barnes Jr, Robert L. 01 MAR 2011 Abstract : Policies providing food service contracts within Iraq and Afghanistan and other combat areas allow for … Continue reading

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SIGAR: ‘High-Risk List’ Shows Continued Erosion in Afghanistan Reconstruction

[Translate] SIGAR: ‘High-Risk List’ Shows Continued Erosion in Afghanistan Reconstruction By: Jen Judson, January 11, 2017 (Photo Credit: Capt. Jarrod Morris / 3rd Infantry Division) WASHINGTON — Among real Afghan security forces there are roughly tens of thousands of fellow soldiers on … Continue reading

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Sopko Unveils Updated High-Risk List at CSIS

[Translate] Today, Special Inspector General John F. Sopko unveiled SIGAR’s updated High-Risk List in a speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). As a new Administration and a new Congress prepare to inherit America’s longest war and largest reconstruction effort, the High-Risk List calls … Continue reading

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SIGAR REPORT: DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION AND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS UNACCOUNTED FOR AT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, PART II

[Translate] SIGAR REPORT: DOCUMENT DESTRUCTION AND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS UNACCOUNTED FOR AT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, PART II

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Afghanistan Reconstruction: Enduring Challenges for the New Administration and Congress

[Translate] Afghanistan Reconstruction: Enduring Challenges for the New Administration and Congress Wednesday, January 11, 2017 10:00 am – 11:30 am CSIS Headquarters Leadership of America’s longest war will soon be handed over to its third presidential administration and a new … Continue reading

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US Reconstruction Aid for Afghanistan: The Dollars and Sense

[Translate] US Reconstruction Aid for Afghanistan: The Dollars and Sense

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How Did a US-Funded Health Facility End Up in the Mediterranean Sea?

[Translate] January 4, 2017 | Cody Brooks How Did a US-Funded Health Facility End Up in the Mediterranean Sea? Gardez Hospital Under Construction. SIGAR badge and agent (inset). Photo credit: SIGAR and SIGAR / Flickr The US has spent hundreds … Continue reading

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Military Burn Pits in Iraq and Afghanistan: Considerations and Obstacles for Emerging Litigation

[Translate] Military Burn Pits in Iraq and Afghanistan: Considerations and Obstacles for Emerging Litigation

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Military Officials Wasted $36 Million Then Tried to Cover Their Tracks

[Translate] Matthew Gault Contributor to War is Boring. Email my twitter handle at gmail. 7 hrs ago The buildings in question. SIGAR photo Military Officials Wasted $36 Million Then Tried to Cover Their Tracks Camp Leatherneck’s unused facility is a monument to … Continue reading

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