How To Expand Capacity Of The U.S. Defense Industrial Base

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As the war in Ukraine continues, with additional weapons deployed and staggering amounts of munitions expended, strains in the U.S. defense industrial base have become apparent. Efforts to replenish inventory and meet soaring demand for new equipment and weapons have been confounded by the limitations of production lines and supply chains. In many cases, it will take years to increase production of critical systems and munitions, and no amount of money will significantly speed our efforts.

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