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Corruption CP United States is completely under control of the funding.

The money isn t just handed to officials of other countries. Rob Steffan 07 The International Military Education and Training (IMET) program is authorized under the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA), appropriated through the foreign operations bill, with country allocations authorized by the Department of State (DoS) and managed by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA). IMET accounts for about 5 percent of the funding at AFSAT. It operates similar to a grant program, except funds remain under U.S. government control and are used exclusively for approved training plans.

By not directly handing the Egyptians money, it is impossible to fuel corruption.

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