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Critics: $10,000 Toilet Seats Suggest Pentagon's No. 1 Foe Is Itself

Army and Air Force personnel load two CH-47 Chinook Army Helicopters onto a C-5 Galaxy. The Air Force has stopped paying $10,000 apiece for C-5 toilet seat lids. (Lisa M.
Zunzanyika/U.S. Air Force/Reuters)

By | Friday, 04 January 2019 10:19 PM

The Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines all lost a major battle recently: All four branches flunked a financial audit that concluded the Pentagon fails to properly track its own funding, assets, and expenditures.

“Basically,” wrote The New York Times’ editorial board, “the auditors couldn’t account for where all the money went because of flaws in information technology systems.”

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The Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines all lost a major battle recently: All four branches flunked a financial audit that concluded the Pentagon fails to properly track its own funding, assets, and expenditures."Basically," wrote The New York Times' editorial board, "the...
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