DOD inspector general will look at Paladin program a second time

By Connie Lee / October 4, 2016 at 11:29 AM
The Defense Department Inspector General's office has announced it will carry out a second audit of the Army's Paladin Integrated Management program, focusing on the under-vehicle force protection requirement. The audit began in August, according to an announcement by the IG released Sept. 26. "Our objective is to determine whether the Army is adequately protecting soldiers from under-vehicle blasts as part of the force protection requirement," Jacqueline Wicecarver, assistant inspector general of acquisition and sustainment management, said in the statement...

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