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Guards for the guards in Kabul

This does not seem like a very efficient use of resources: The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan has banned alcohol and assigned American personnel to watch over the embassy’s security guards following allegations of lewd behavior and sexual misconduct at their living quarters. I feel like it might be hard for the military to replace guards ...

This does not seem like a very efficient use of resources:

The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan has banned alcohol and assigned American personnel to watch over the embassy's security guards following allegations of lewd behavior and sexual misconduct at their living quarters.

I feel like it might be hard for the military to replace guards with contractors if they need other guards to make the sure the contractors aren't getting drunk and naked.

This does not seem like a very efficient use of resources:

The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan has banned alcohol and assigned American personnel to watch over the embassy’s security guards following allegations of lewd behavior and sexual misconduct at their living quarters.

I feel like it might be hard for the military to replace guards with contractors if they need other guards to make the sure the contractors aren’t getting drunk and naked.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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