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Hooton, Ted
December 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p8
The article reports on military spending cuts in Great Britain. It mentions troop loses in the Armed Forces wherein 7,000 in the army, 5,000 in both the navy and air force and 25,000 in civilian jobs. It notes that the cuts are part of a strategic defence review and treasury cost-cutting practice. Furthermore, the insufficiency of defence procurement process led waste to millions of euros due to poor decisions.


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