Army Doesn T Want Tanks. There are, after all, perfectly good reasons why young americans might not want to serve: Why the navy doesn’t want to defuel the red hill tanks the red hill water crisis is stretching the navy’s overstretched.
Washington — built to dominate the enemy in combat, the army’s hulking abrams tank is proving equally hard to beat in a budget battle. As just one example of congressional budgetary malfeasance, the army was forced to buy tanks it doesn’t want and can’t afford to maintain… and this isn’t the first time. For the first time since world war ii.
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The military is regimented, physically demanding, sometimes boring and often dangerous. They don't own shares of the suicide clinic, but they do own shares of the manufacturing plant. We’re in good shape, and these are additional tanks that we don’t need.” the army has been emboldened by the new study, which considered whether suppliers who are key to building combat.
Nations Are Literally Spending Billions Of Dollars On The Development, And Production Of Light Tanks.
“the russians want capitulation,” he says, “but they want it without war.”. No one speaks for all veterans, but there are things veterans can all agree on. Why the navy doesn’t want to defuel the red hill tanks the red hill water crisis is stretching the navy’s overstretched.
As Just One Example Of Congressional Budgetary Malfeasance, The Army Was Forced To Buy Tanks It Doesn’t Want And Can’t Afford To Maintain… And This Isn’t The First Time.
The new defense spending bill includes $120 million for tanks that the army has repeatedly said it doesn't want. The reasons are politically and congressionally motivated, often budget related. Who will likely get the money.
For Three Years, The Army In Numerous Congressional Hearings Has Pushed A Plan That Essentially Would Have Suspended Tank Building And Upgrades In The U.s.
Army wants to spend a billion dollars on a light tank, a vehicle it doesn’t need, because it already had a vehicle that fit the exact same role. A bipartisan push to spend taxpayer money on more abrams tanks has seen congress approve orders worth almost half a billion dollars since early 2011. The tank debate between the army and congress goes back to 2012 when odierno testified that the army doesn't need more tanks.
The New Defense Spending Bill Includes $120 Million For Tanks That The Army Has Repeatedly Said It Doesn't Want.
The answer came in the proposed congressional budget for next year. By aaron mehta and lydia mulvany july 30, 2012. Congress forcing the army to buy tanks it doesn’t want once again, politics is dictating military policy.