Industry Study, Weapons Industry, Spring 2009
INDUSTRIAL COLL OF THE ARMED FORCES WASHINGTON DC
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With the new presidential administration, federal budget deficit, and its declared intention to withdraw from Iraq, the United States U.S. will decrease its military weapons expenditures in the future. More specifically, the Department of Defense DOD will move away from complex weapons systems to reinforce its core capabilities. As such, this study will concentrate on U.S. military core capabilities like the management of ammunition in theatre, critical nodes in propellant manufacturing, and the underutilization of non-lethal weapons. It will also offer suggestions on how the weapons industrial base can leverage its non-military sales market to overcome potential military spending shortfalls.
- Ammunition and Explosives
- Guided Munitions