U.S. Arms Sales Activity Drops In Fiscal 2021

The US government donated a C-130 to Colombia at the beginning of fiscal 2021.
Credit: US State Department
New data released by the State Department on Dec. 22 shows U.S. arms sales activity declined sharply in the first year of the Biden administration. The total estimated value of implemented Foreign Military Sales (FMS) cases totaled $34.8 billion in fiscal 2021, a 31% decline from the previous year...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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