There are already some military travel agencies that will start to make money off military travel, but they are mostly for big companies like Air Force One and Boeing.
The Pentagon is also considering expanding its military travel agency to allow it to pay for military travel from any private company, including travel by private aircraft.
The idea of allowing private travel through the government’s travel agency is not unheard of, but it’s not something that has ever been contemplated before, according to the Washington Post.
In 2015, the military’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) recommended that the Pentagon create a civilian-owned travel agency that would be independent of the military.
The OIG also recommended that travel agencies should not be able to charge fees or impose caps on their fees.
The report also found that some travel agencies could be considered “non-competitively bid” and that it was difficult to distinguish between travel agencies and private companies when the travel agency was a part of the Pentagon.
However, the report was widely criticized for being overly optimistic and the OIG was not able to identify a specific solution.
According to the report, a few travel agencies did exist, but only in small numbers.
The military has also been trying to establish its own civilian-operated travel agency.
In 2018, the Pentagon proposed creating a civilian agency that will be separate from the military but will have the same mission and staff as the military agency.
The proposal was never implemented, but the idea was floated in October.
“The goal is to create a non-profit entity to take on the role of travel agency for the service members who use the DOD travel system,” Army Lt.
Col. Andrew St. John, the director of the Defense Department’s Air Force Transportation Program, told the Washington Examiner.
“It would not have any direct control over the service member’s travel, and it would be the agency’s mission to serve as a gateway to the DOD’s travel system.”
The Oig report also said the DOD would be unable to “identify the geographic areas in which the travel service would be located, how it would operate and where the agency would be operating.”
“This proposal is one of several proposed in the interim for a travel agency independent of DOD,” the report said.
“This would be accomplished by establishing a new agency within DOD that would operate as a service-managed entity that is separate from DOD.”
Currently, the DOD has five travel agencies, including the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force Reserve.