U.S. Approves $33.6 Billion in Foreign Military Sales  Announced U.S. Foreign Military Sales slid in fiscal 2016 to $33.6 billion, down 28% from the year before. But that amount is relatively consistent with figures from recent years. Fiscal 2012, the year the sale of F-15s to Saudi Arabia was approved, was the high-water mark at $69.1 billion. Vice Adm. Joseph Rixey, director of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, says these figures should be looked at over multiple years. ...

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