Why Pentagon Continues to ‘Lose’ Arms in War Zones

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  1. “I like the one where a USA General appeared before a Congressional (Senatorial?) Enquiry and said that the US Army had trained thousands of soldiers for hundreds of millions of dollars and only SIX were still serving the so-called Moderate Opposition…”

    Is this the one you’re referring to, with Gen. Lloyd Austin?

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Fwxmjs0TKkI

  2. Hilda gave them (good rebels who immediately turned them over to ISIS) Stingers illegally as SS. Stevens was killed trying to get them back. Wait until they start showing up around major world airports…a real Hilda legacy.

  3. When US weapons are available like this why buy these types of weapons from a competitor like Russia?

    As long as the manufacturer gets paid the US MIC supply chain and associated beneficiaries are well happy. Only the US taxpayer suffers, probably long term, and who in power cares about them?

  4. Things, certain things never change. Just add this measly 1 or 3 billion counterfiet dollar$ to the $6 trillion missing at the Dept. Of Defense. No one’s looking. John McStain, the reincarnation of Adm. Poindexter, knows. Hook him up to a polygraph and his head will explode. Just do it, just do something even if it’s wrong.

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