A Pentagon consultant made the revelation to The New York Times.
The Pentagon banned the racist flag at military institutions, with a carefully worded policy doesn’t mention the word ban or that specific flag.
“The Executive Branch lacked independent Constitutional authority to authorize the transfer" of $2.5 billion, ruled a federal appeals court panel.
Military officials also ordered use of two Army National Guard helicopters to intimidate civilians in Washington, D.C., sources told The New York Times.
The Pentagon took the rare step of ordering the Army to put several active-duty U.S. military police units on the ready to deploy to Minneapolis.
Fisher Sand and Gravel won another $400 million bid to build part of the border wall last year, although that contract is being audited by the Pentagon.
“We asked whether the Army has coronavirus testing kits physically at all bases abroad. They are still unable to tell us [a] yes or no answer."
John Rood resigned at the president's request, becoming the latest official to be purged following the impeachment trial.
The Pentagon announced that over 100 U.S. troops have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after the Iranian missile strikes.
The Iranian strike took place Jan. 8 on an air base in Iraq.