It is time to scrap the whole procurement system and return control of the purchase of weapons and equipment to the uniformed military. The armed services understand accountability, and they are the ones whose lives depend on the effectiveness of these systems. Perhaps the next administration should give the men and women in uniform a chance to show what they can do. After all, it is hard to imagine that they could make a worse mess of things than today’s procurement bureaucracy has so thoroughly managed to do.
Originally published by the Gatestone Institute http://www.gatestoneinstitute.orgTaylor Dinerman
About the Author: Taylor Dinerman is an expert on the Military and National Security affairs.
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