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military-industrial complex

noun as in weapons industry

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SpaceX fought the military-industrial complex that for decades had dominated space and has become NASA’s preferred launch partner.

The suits will move on to a new high-dollar gig, write some papers and memoirs, and count the cash that accumulated in their investment accounts from the military-industrial complex during the last 20 years.

The main flaw in the plan, Derkach says, was the cooperation it required from Ukraine’s local factory bosses and oligarchs, who control much of the military-industrial complex.

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The publication aimed to zero in on subjects that had brought its three co-founders to prominence, such as national security, the military-industrial complex, terrorism and domestic surveillance.

There will be fierce resistance from congressional hawks as well as invested members of the military-industrial complex.

Kennedy faced powerful opposition in Congress and what Eisenhower dubbed “the military-industrial complex.”

The military will be facing dire budget cuts that shake the military-industrial complex to its core.

Eisenhower warned us about the military-industrial complex and the damage it could do to society.

We all know the giants of the military-industrial complex: Boeing, Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to military-industrial complex, such as: arms industry, and arms maker.

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