Pentagon Pressures Mexico To Reopen Factories Vital To Making US Weapons | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Pentagon Pressures Mexico To Reopen Factories Vital To Making US Weapons

It apparently took a global pandemic and corresponding economic shutdown of entire nations' economies for the American public to realize that surprisingly, the US military relies heavily for supplies involved in weapons systems manufacturing just south of the border.

The Pentagon's defense undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment, Ellen Lord, urged at the start of this week that Mexico reopen those factories which many US defense firms rely on, especially aircraft manufacturers, previously shuttered due to COVID-19.

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This, if nothing else, is a cautionary tale to US executives, responsible for delivering weapons systems to the US military, of what some of the real dangers of outsourcing these items can be.

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