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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Arlington Officials Trying To Find $12 Million That Went Missing

•Arlington National Cemetery is on the mend. That's the view of both the Army's inspector general and the Government Accountability Office. Just a year a half ago, the IG issued a report condemning management weaknesses that led to hundreds of mismarked graves. The superintendent and his deputy were both pushed out. Lt. Gen. Peter Vangjel, the Army IG, tells lawmakers there's been a 180 degree turnaround. But cemetery officials are still trying to find $12 million that went missing between 2004 and 2010.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The records were probably in the same pentagon room that contained all the investigation files that were destroyed on 911. The missing billions as Rumsfled stated 2 days before 911. How convienient..we get High def video from every angle of the twin towers, but at the pentagon the biggets defense building in the world and we get grainny inconclusive video..nothing to see here move along..your getting sleepy sleepy sleepy..