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How Israel Got an Enless Supply of U.S.-Made Smart Bombs

Ari Tolany, Lillian Mauldin, Janet Abou-Elias and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency In these Times
Older man waking amidst the rubble from bombing Nearly three years ago, Congress gave Israel a pass to stockpile precision-guided bombs "without regard to annual limits." An inside source confirms that even more have been transferred since October 7.

War Pay: Another Good Year for Weapons Makers Is Guaranteed

William D. Hartung Tom Dispatch
As Donald Trump might put it, major weapons contractors like Boeing, Raytheon, and Lockheed Martin cashed in “bigly” in his first year in office. They raked in tens of billions of dollars in Pentagon contracts, while posting sharp stock price increases and healthy profits driven by the continuation and expansion of Washington’s post-9/11 wars. But last year’s bonanza is likely to be no more than a down payment on even better days to come for the military-industrial complex.

Trump to Call on Pentagon, Diplomats to Play Bigger Arms Sales Role

Mike Stone, Matt Spetalnick Reuters
“We want to see those guys, the commercial and military attaches, unfettered to be salesmen for this stuff, to be promoters,” said the senior administration official, who is close to the internal deliberations and spoke on condition of anonymity.
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