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GAO goes on attack: military ad dollars coming under fire -- Military Ad Dollars Coming Under Fire By Michael McCarth

The much-heralded "peace dividend" from the downsizing of the American military is paying no bo

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Due to prodding from Congress, the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) is poised to launch a sweeping months-long review of military recruiting and advertising to see where the money goes and how it’s spent.
Foy Wicker, assistant director of the Military Operations and Capabilities Issues Group for the GAO’s National Security and International Affairs Division, said last week that his unit is beginning to inform the four armed services about the broad-based study which will focus on all aspects of military recruiting.

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