Multiple Logjams Seen Slowing Foreign Military Sales

Credit: Lockheed Martin
FORT WASHINGTON, Maryland – Despite processing more than $40 billion last year in sales of U.S. military equipment abroad, the U.S. Air Force and Navy service secretaries and members of Congress have complained processing is so slow that U.S. businesses stand to lose Foreign Military Sales (FMS)...

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