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$400 Per Gallon Gas To Drive Debate Over Cost Of War In Afghanistan


$400 per gallon gas to drive debate over cost of war in Afghanistan
By Roxana Tiron | The Hill | 10/15/09

The Pentagon pays an average of $400 to put a gallon of fuel into a combat vehicle or aircraft in Afghanistan.

The statistic is likely to play into the escalating debate in Congress over the cost of a war that entered its ninth year last week.

The Pentagon pays an average of $400 to put a gallon of fuel into a combat vehicle or aircraft in Afghanistan.

The statistic is likely to play into the escalating debate in Congress over the cost of a war that entered its ninth year last week. Read more.

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