With the exception of the two great military branches (military and government), the United States is a nation of sheep. We need to take better care of the sheep, and we need to do it soon, because sheep keep disappearing.
With the exception of the two great military branches military and government, the United States is a nation of sheep. We need to take better care of the sheep, and we need to do it soon, because sheep keep disappearing.
The military is a great example of this. In the past decade, the U.S. military has been taking a huge number of high-tech weapons that have proven to be very effective against the rest of the world’s military-industrial complex. As a result, its own military budget is now half of what it was in 1995. At least that’s the plan. In fact, the military’s budget is probably growing at a rate of 10% to 20% a year.
The only good thing about this is that it’s not so much about what we have to give as to what we have to give. The military budget is growing and growing. You could argue that the military is growing and growing, but it’s actually growing and growing.
The military needs to grow its armaments, armor, armor, etc. (in the case of the Marines) so that its armor can function as a defensive device. The other reason that the military need to grow its armaments is because of the military’s limited number of military weapons. The weapons will come in many orders, and those orders are more efficient than those of any given year.
The problem with the militarys’ arms research is that it is not the weapons that will grow. The growth will be in the defense budget. The military need to grow its armaments because the number of military weapons do not grow, they will only grow in efficiency.
Yes, the military needs to grow its armaments because there are limited resources. It’s not an issue of “just because we have more money that doesn’t mean we can grow our arms.” There are plenty of ways to grow the militarys armaments, but the growth will come from the defense budget. When the military is able to buy less armaments, it’s a net positive.
Yes! The military needs to grow its arms because there are limited resources. Its not an issue of just because we have more money that doesnt mean we can grow our arms. There are plenty of ways to grow the military’s arms, but the growth will come from the defense budget. When the military is able to buy less armaments, its a net positive.
The military has been known to be a bit stingy when it comes to weaponry and military training. That being said, the Department of Defense spends a lot of money on weapons and military training. That money has to be spent somewhere. In fact, that money is spent all over the world. One of the other reasons for the increase in military spending is that the military wants to get out their training programs. They want to build new units, new weapons, and new tactics.
With weapons, the military wants to be able to fight the enemy in the field. That way, they can have a better understanding of what the enemy is using, so they can better adapt to their style of warfare. But there is an issue with weapons that the military isn’t aware of. A weapon can only be used for so long before it starts to lose effectiveness.