As @annieshiel and @chrisjwoods point out, DoD's defiance of Congress extends to ignoring a requirement to report all events “confirmed, or reasonably suspected, to have resulted in civilian casualties”. Despite overall value of DoD reporting, there's much that needs fixing.

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Even if the Pentagon had paid out a max $15,000 for every civilian it confirms killing last year, there’d have been $2m left in the awards pot. Instead, it chose to pay nothing.

New Airwars and analysis of DoD’s new annual report to Congress.