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Jan 14, 2024 16:36:38   #
maryla22
 
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military logistics hub in Poland, while others were shipped directly to Ukraine. The equipment includes shoulder-fired missiles, kamikaze drones, and night-vision goggles.

Alexandra "Sasha" Baker, the acting undersecretary of defense for policy, said last November, when a draft of the report was leaked, that required accounting procedures “are not practical in a dynamic and hostile wartime environment."

The IG report found that "American defense officials and diplomats in Washington and Europe had failed to quickly or fully account for many of the nearly 40,000 weapons that by law should have been closely monitored because of their battlefield impact, sensitive technology, and relatively small size," according to the New York Times.

I guess they were too busy, or something.

“These are identified as the items — that because of their sensitivity, their vulnerability to diversion or misuse or the consequences of that — it’s particularly important to have this additional tracking and accountability in place,” said Robert Storch, the Pentagon’s inspector general. Storch is the primary watchdog for American aid sent to Ukraine’s war effort.

I say we should never have gotten involved. What do you think??

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Jan 14, 2024 16:54:53   #
Kevyn
 
maryla22 wrote:
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military logistics hub in Poland, while others were shipped directly to Ukraine. The equipment includes shoulder-fired missiles, kamikaze drones, and night-vision goggles.

Alexandra "Sasha" Baker, the acting undersecretary of defense for policy, said last November, when a draft of the report was leaked, that required accounting procedures “are not practical in a dynamic and hostile wartime environment."

The IG report found that "American defense officials and diplomats in Washington and Europe had failed to quickly or fully account for many of the nearly 40,000 weapons that by law should have been closely monitored because of their battlefield impact, sensitive technology, and relatively small size," according to the New York Times.

I guess they were too busy, or something.

“These are identified as the items — that because of their sensitivity, their vulnerability to diversion or misuse or the consequences of that — it’s particularly important to have this additional tracking and accountability in place,” said Robert Storch, the Pentagon’s inspector general. Storch is the primary watchdog for American aid sent to Ukraine’s war effort.

I say we should never have gotten involved. What do you think??
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military l... (show quote)


We should give Ukraine everything it needs to quickly repel the Russian invaders, this has d**gged on too long.

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Jan 14, 2024 17:02:08   #
maryla22
 
Kevyn wrote:
We should give Ukraine everything it needs to quickly repel the Russian invaders, this has d**gged on too long.


yes, but in all likelihood it was Biden's fault for sending Ukraine $ in the first place, What about our own borders in Texas, Arizona, California...He doesn't care about the US citizen at all. As a matter of fact I see the US caving to China...

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Jan 14, 2024 17:19:25   #
Gatsby
 
maryla22 wrote:
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military logistics hub in Poland, while others were shipped directly to Ukraine. The equipment includes shoulder-fired missiles, kamikaze drones, and night-vision goggles.

Alexandra "Sasha" Baker, the acting undersecretary of defense for policy, said last November, when a draft of the report was leaked, that required accounting procedures “are not practical in a dynamic and hostile wartime environment."

The IG report found that "American defense officials and diplomats in Washington and Europe had failed to quickly or fully account for many of the nearly 40,000 weapons that by law should have been closely monitored because of their battlefield impact, sensitive technology, and relatively small size," according to the New York Times.

I guess they were too busy, or something.

“These are identified as the items — that because of their sensitivity, their vulnerability to diversion or misuse or the consequences of that — it’s particularly important to have this additional tracking and accountability in place,” said Robert Storch, the Pentagon’s inspector general. Storch is the primary watchdog for American aid sent to Ukraine’s war effort.

I say we should never have gotten involved. What do you think??
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military l... (show quote)

I reckon that Putin would not have attacked Ukraine, had Trump been in the WH.

Trump would never have issued Brandon's "minor incursion" policy statement, which was

widely credited with encouraging Putin' subsequent invasion.

“It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do”.

https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2022-01-20/bidens-minor-incursion-comment-roils-diplomatic-efforts-to-halt-russian-invasion-of-ukraine

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Jan 14, 2024 17:29:39   #
WEBCO
 
maryla22 wrote:
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military logistics hub in Poland, while others were shipped directly to Ukraine. The equipment includes shoulder-fired missiles, kamikaze drones, and night-vision goggles.

Alexandra "Sasha" Baker, the acting undersecretary of defense for policy, said last November, when a draft of the report was leaked, that required accounting procedures “are not practical in a dynamic and hostile wartime environment."

The IG report found that "American defense officials and diplomats in Washington and Europe had failed to quickly or fully account for many of the nearly 40,000 weapons that by law should have been closely monitored because of their battlefield impact, sensitive technology, and relatively small size," according to the New York Times.

I guess they were too busy, or something.

“These are identified as the items — that because of their sensitivity, their vulnerability to diversion or misuse or the consequences of that — it’s particularly important to have this additional tracking and accountability in place,” said Robert Storch, the Pentagon’s inspector general. Storch is the primary watchdog for American aid sent to Ukraine’s war effort.

I say we should never have gotten involved. What do you think??
Many of the weapons were sent to a U.S. military l... (show quote)

We never should have started this war, and most definitely should never have sent even one cent to the Ukraine.

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Jan 14, 2024 18:41:13   #
maryla22
 
Gatsby wrote:
I reckon that Putin would not have attacked Ukraine, had Trump been in the WH.

Trump would never have issued Brandon's "minor incursion" policy statement, which was

widely credited with encouraging Putin' subsequent invasion.

“It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do”.

https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2022-01-20/bidens-minor-incursion-comment-roils-diplomatic-efforts-to-halt-russian-invasion-of-ukraine
I reckon that Putin would not have attacked Ukrain... (show quote)


Totally Agreed!!!

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Jan 14, 2024 18:42:35   #
maryla22
 
WEBCO wrote:
We never should have started this war, and most definitely should never have sent even one cent to the Ukraine.



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Jan 14, 2024 19:27:50   #
Kevyn
 
WEBCO wrote:
We never should have started this war, and most definitely should never have sent even one cent to the Ukraine.


We didn’t start it Putin did, we should quit playing games and get Ukraine everything they need to repel Russia.

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Jan 14, 2024 19:30:47   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
WEBCO wrote:
We never should have started this war, and most definitely should never have sent even one cent to the Ukraine.


We didn’t start this war .
We have an obligation to protect Ukraine.
We should send wh**ever it takes to defeat Putin. !!!!

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Jan 14, 2024 19:46:38   #
XXX Loc: Somewhere north of the Mason-Dixon
 
Milosia2 wrote:
We didn’t start this war .
We have an obligation to protect Ukraine.
We should send wh**ever it takes to defeat Putin. !!!!


Even if we don't have it? It's like i'd send money to help out a friend even though i don't have it.........

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Jan 14, 2024 20:55:43   #
BigJim
 
We do have the money if we want to. That is a phony excuse to avoid looking like a pro-Russian troll.

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Jan 14, 2024 21:04:31   #
Weasel Loc: In the Great State Of Indiana!!
 
Kevyn wrote:
We didn’t start it Putin did, we should quit playing games and get Ukraine everything they need to repel Russia.


All B.S.





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Jan 14, 2024 21:10:55   #
WEBCO
 
Kevyn wrote:
We didn’t start it Putin did, we should quit playing games and get Ukraine everything they need to repel Russia.


We did start this war, we have also been instrumental in its continuation.

The Ukraine has NEVER had a chance of winning this war. The only thing we could possibly give the Ukraine to " win" is nuclear weapons. The Ukraine has already " misplaced" over a billion dollars in sensitive weapons.

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Jan 14, 2024 21:12:20   #
WEBCO
 
Milosia2 wrote:
We didn’t start this war .
We have an obligation to protect Ukraine.
We should send wh**ever it takes to defeat Putin. !!!!


Short of nuclear weapons the Ukraine has no chance of winning, and never did. We owe the Ukraine nothing. Quit wasting our money and their lives.

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Jan 14, 2024 21:13:26   #
American Vet
 
WEBCO wrote:
We did start this war, we have also been instrumental in its continuation.

The Ukraine has NEVER had a chance of winning this war. The only thing we could possibly give the Ukraine to " win" is nuclear weapons. The Ukraine has already " misplaced" over a billion dollars in sensitive weapons.


And at some point in the future our soldiers will be facing those weapons.

☹️☹️

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