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The Businesses of Defense : JKS Publishing , 1995


JKS Publishing

Book Excerpt: “The Department of Defense (DOD), undoubtedly the largest conglomerate in the world, is currently spending about $250 billion per year to ensure that this country has a modern and ready military force. About $50 billion of that amount compensates the military personnel actually assigned to active and reserve forces. The other four-fifths, however, is spent by what I define as the support establishment. This $200 billion buys new weapon systems, maintains the quality of existing systems, and maintains the quality of life of the military members of those forces.”

Authors - Shycoff, Don


Shycoff, Don


JKS Publishing

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