Inspectors Slam Army, Contractor for Shoddy Afghan Base

DynCorp was paid $73 million for a base plagued with issues.

A soldier stands near the site of an attack on the out skirts of the city in Kunduz province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan in 2008.
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