US Army Finds $830 Million In “Missing” Helicopters As First Ever Audit Begins


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In a preview of what is to come, Norquist told the House Armed Services Committee that an initial Army audit found 39 UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter ($830,700,000) were not adequately recorded in the property system. “The Air Force identified 478 structures and buildings at 12 installations that were not in its real property system,” he added. In other words these helicopters were simply “missing” on the books. CONTINUE READING

  1. #1 by stlonginus on 01/15/2018 - 9:34

    Missing helicopters (known known) missing buildings (known unknown) 44,000 missing troop in an ‘unknown’ country (known unknown known); it’s too bad the Pentagon (unknown unknown) isn’t missing too.

    If I were one of the auditors, I’d be waiting for a missile launch.

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