The Pentagon failed to spend an eye-popping $27.7 billion of the funds it was allocated over five fiscal years – and President Donald Trump intends to give the U.S. military even more taxpayer cash to play with next year.

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Dana White (DoD photo / Master Sgt. Angelita M. Lawrence)

A busy day of Trump administration departures added another Monday afternoon: Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White.

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Tom Mattis got a phone call Sunday morning from his younger brother. It wasn’t the cheeriest of conversations.

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As the Russians send bombers to Venezuela, the Pentagon is stopping just short of firing a pistol into the air and yelling “Liberación!”

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The White House does not appear to be certain on how it will implement Space Force, President Donald Trump's highly anticipated sixth branch of the military, and was still mulling the possibility of it operating under the wings of the Air Force, according to memos reviewed by Defense One.

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When it came to the Pentagon's first audit, failure was the most likely option, Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan announced on Tuesday.

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