The House Armed Services Committee has released findings in its investigation of the 2012 Benghazi attacks.
The committee looked at how the military was positioned leading up to the attack, how it responded to the attack, and what changes have been instituted since the attack.
Lawmakers heard testimony from military officials.
Alabama US Representative Martha Roby chaired the investigation.
She says the report shows Washington’s failure to coordinate and communicate left the military in an impossible situation.
She says there are still lingering questions, particularly relating to the State Department and White House.
Roby says those questions fall to other committees in Congress.
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