- 26 ноября 2011, 04:30
- Washington Post. World
To grasp the severity Lt. Gen. Michael D. Barbero’s $40-fertilizer-bomb problem, it helps to consider some much bigger numbers.
Barbero heads a U.S. military command, with an annual budget of about $2.8 billion, that was created to stem American casualties from insurgent bombs. In just the last few months, he has shelled out $24 million for a new hand-held ground-penetrating radar, $33 million for mini surveillance robots and $19 million for bomb-resistant underwear.Read full article >>