What the United States Government has been done and is currently doing with funding for military weapons is forcing the average taxpayers to fund unnecessary wars. In some cases the rich high class donate and make profits off of war. The United States Government has been using taxpayer funds through taxes in order to pay for military weapons.
These weapons are very much heavier and more technologically advanced than the rest of the world would have expected from Americans! These military weapons are often nuclear weapons of mass destruction which are deadly and quite lethal. Not only are these weapons highly dangerous and extremely expensive, these weapons offend many taxpayers due to the fact that they have to pay for them. You do too!
The "Big Ship, Big Guns" concept is currently the battleship-centric strategy the US Government is using with military weapons and equipment. That is why the US Navy and US Army somehow need accessibility to these weapons of war. These weapons include fighter planes, fighter jets, hybrid aviation battleships, nuclear weapons, aircraft carriers, destroyers, and of course, missiles. Most of the US tax dollars are spent on military weapons as I had said before.
Military weapons are used for self-defense mechanisms in the military. Not just nuclear mass destruction. An anti-missile defense system such as Aegis is carried by many naval and military vessels as well as destroyer ships. Anti-ballistic missiles are also used by Aegis. A wide array range of missiles are produced for Aegis. The US Navy and US Army uses American-designed anti-missile defense systems in the 21st century.
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