Pentagon Unable to Track All U.S. Weapons in Ukraine

After details of a classified report were revealed by a lawmaker, Pentagon Inspector General Robert Storch stated that the United States has tracked 60% of what it has sent to Ukraine. Although National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said there are no signs aid “has fallen prey to any kind of corruption in Ukraine,” lack of weapons tracking suggests corruption may account for the disappearances.

From RT:

Pressed by Gaetz on Tuesday, Storch admitted that “there’s a long history of issues with corruption in Ukraine.” Earlier on Tuesday, a former American soldier who fought for Ukraine’s foreign legion before defecting to Russia told RT that he had personally seen commanders selling off Western missile launchers and rifles.