Politics & Government

December 9, 2008 6:52 PM

Pentagon ignored danger of roadside bombs, report finds

The military ignored steps before the invasion of Iraq that could have prevented the staggering number of casualties from roadside bombs, the Pentagon's acting inspector general charged Tuesday. The IG's report says that the military knew years before the war that mines and homemade bombs " would be a "threat . . . in low-intensity conflicts."

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