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What We Need: Extravagance and Shortages in America's Military

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In early 2006 the Army chief of staff reported about $440 billion in expenditures. A dollar bill is a smidgen over six inches long. If 440 billion greenbacks are placed end to end, they would extend 220 billion feet, or 41,600,000 miles. That is 1,664 times around the equator. If the greenbacks had Andy Jacksons picture instead of George Washingtons, that line still would ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published September 15th 2007 by Zenith Press
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