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Afghanistan Security: Lack of Systematic Tracking Raises Significant Accountability Concerns about Weapons Provided to Afghan National Security Forces
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
The DoD with the Dept. of State (State), directs international efforts to train and equip Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). As part of these efforts, the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command and the Navy spent about $120 million to procure small arms and light weapons for ANSF. International donors also provided weapons. This report analyzed whether DoD can account for these weapons and ensure ANSF can safeguard and account for them. The author reviewed Defense and State documents on accountability procedures, reviewed contractor reports on ANSF training, met with U.S. and Afghan officials, observed accountability practices, analyzed inventory records, and attempted to locate a random sample of weapons.
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