U.S. Army Leads Pentagon Counter-IED Spending

When it comes to efforts to counter improvised explosive devices (IEDs), the U.S. Army spends about two and half times more than the Navy and Marine Corps, while Air Force and overall Pentagon-wide programs account for only a minor portion of expenses for those programs, according to an analysis...

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