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$36 Million Command and Control Facility at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan: Unwanted, Unneeded, and Unused
John F. Sopko (ed)
This report discusses the results of an investigation of the construction of a 64,000 square foot command and control facility at Camp Leatherneck in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. The Department of Defense (DOD) requested funds for this facility on the basis that it was necessary to address an immediate operational need associated with the military surge in Afghanistan in 2010. However, then-Major General Richard P. Mills, the general in charge of the surge in Helmand, requested that the facility not be built because existing resources at Camp Leatherneck were already well-suited to the mission. However, the request to cancel the building was rejected by then-Major General Peter M. Vangjel. Ultimately, construction of the building was not completed until long after the surge was over, and the building was never used, resulting in the waste of $36 million. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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