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  October 26, 2016

War Vet: Reenlistment Bonuses a Pittance Compared to the Billions Wasted in Iraq


War profiteers and high ranking military officials have never been held accountable for the mismanagement of funds spent on an illegal occupation, says Mike Prysner (Update: The Pentagon is no longer recollecting reenlistment bonuses)
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Mike Prysner is an Iraq war veteran and co-founder of March Forward!, an organization of veterans and active-duty members of the US military fighting to end the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. He is also the producer of The Empire Files with Abby Martin.


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War Vet: Reenlistment Bonuses a Pittance Compared to the Billions Wasted in IraqUPDATE: It was announced on 10/26 that Sec. of Defense Ash Carter has told the Pentagon to stop reclaiming the bonuses.



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