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Mattis Wants to Make US Military Even More Lethal, Needs Another $50 Billion

By Jason Ditz

Speaking to Congressional Republicans during a revisit to Greenbrier review on Thursday, Defense Secretary James Mattis announced that he believes the US military needs to be done “more lethal,” and pulling for nonetheless some-more money.

After a large military spending boost last year, Mattis says he wants another $50 billion tacked on for next year. He mocked the thought of the military being an “equal event employer” and emphasized lethality.

Mattis had likewise pushed the thought of making US troops some-more fatal in September, in the context of pulling for some-more predicted spending increases. This time as good he complained about stability resolutions as a appropriation source, wanting income set out for a longer term.


Mattis says he is anticipating to get 3-5% increases annually over the rate of acceleration to both build willingness and to contest with Russia and China. The US already distant outspends all nations on their military.

Presenting the pull for some-more supports as a pull for malignancy appears to be renouned with hawks, yet in use the US military already kills a large series of people as it is, and doesn’t seem to be coming the extent of how many it could kill in a pinch.

By Jason Ditz / Republished with permission / ANTIWAR.COM / Report a typo

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