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    • $34 million unused command & control center - exterior view (SIGAR)
    • $34 million unused command & control center - tactical operations center (SIGAR)
    • $34 million unused command & control center - unopened boxes and unused chairs (SIGAR)
    • $34 million unused command & control center - office furniture (SIGAR)
    • $34 million unused command & control center - office furniture (SIGAR)
    • $34 million unused command & control center - heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (SIGAR)
    • $34 million unused command & control center - heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (SIGAR)

    $34 Million Unused Command & Control Center in Afghanistan

    Published July 10, 2013

    The 6,000 square-meter complex is located at Camp Leatherneck, a major U.S. military base in Afghanistan's desolate Helmand province. It consists mostly of a large windowless building with spacious offices and expensive heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for up to 1,500 staff.


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