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When the armed services practice air combat, they have to hire their enemies

When training air combatants, the armed services find simulators can only take you so far. Sometimes you need practice up in the sky. Over the past few years, the Pentagon has spent $8 billion on contractors to supply planes and pilots to play enemy. Now those contracts are under review. We get more now from the director of defense capabilities and management issues at the Government Accountability Office, Cary Russell.