The Department of the Navy is ‘Ballin’ Out of Control.’

Navy suspense accounts, “did not have controls in place to properly account for the [Department of the Navy] suspense account transactions,” for $67 million. Perhaps Adam “Pacman” Jones and the Department of the Navy had a rough weekend in Vegas. Although, what’s $67 million to the Navy or the Pentagon for that matter. The Pentagon lost a known, $34 Million in Afghanistan funding and stated, No one should be punished.”  Similarly, $1.6 Billion is still unaccounted and suspected to have been stolen  – in Iraq funding. Then a measly $67 million by that reasoning; whatever, brah – Vegas bound, to make it rain!

Yet, an Admiral or General must have used his/her Government Purchase/IMPAC Card at Deja Vu Showgirls or Sapphire’s. Remember that the Department of the Navy, includes the Marine Corps [Yeah, sorry the USMC is not really a branch, hence, Marines = My Ass Rides In Navy Equipment Sir.] The accounting in this debacle accounts as 77% Navy, 23% Marine Corps, and 1% “Other.”

Nevertheless, at the Alexandria, Virgina headquarters of the Office of the Inspector General, United States Department of Defense, a phone call from the credit card company may have been received to launch this investigation. There were questions about suspicious charges and realistically assuming that the Inspector General was not invited to the Vegas party. Such a chain of events would have automatically launched an Inspector General investigation into Navy spending. Albeit the listed reasoning is a bit more vanilla.