The U.S. Air Force needs to do a better job of accounting for some of its most important assets, according to the Pentagon’s Inspector General (IG). A June 7 IG report identifies several areas where the Air Force had made accounting mistakes: The service classified certain aircraft as military equipment that did not meet the Defense Department definition of military equipment. The Air Force also misclassified several types of training aircraft as military equipment. These ...
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