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Afghanistan Equipment Drawdown: Progress Made, but Improved Controls in Decision Making Could Reduce Risk of Unnecessary Expenditures
Cary B. Russell (au)
The Department of Defense (DOD) anticipates that the drawdown from Afghanistan will be more difficult than that from Iraq due to logistical challenges and the costs of transporting equipment out of landlocked Afghanistan. As of summer 2013, the Army and Marine Corps had substantial amounts of equipment in Afghanistan. The efficiency and effectiveness of equipment disposition decision making can directly affect the total cost of the drawdown. This report reviewed DOD's efforts to execute the drawdown in a cost-effective and efficient manner. It examined: (1) the status of DOD's efforts to draw down equipment from Afghanistan; and (2) the extent to which DOD has taken steps to create efficiencies and consider costs concerning the return of equipment from Afghanistan. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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