posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 11:56 AM
a reply to: C0bzz
Practical experience in the work place at any reasonable level of management, or even at the bottom, allows one to see corruption in the process when
I don't know anything about the tech involved, I freely admit that. It doesn't mean I can't identify corruption in the process when I see it.
There is no excuse--not one--for the Air Force to not have enough tankers, and other support aircraft to do their job.
The Air Force puts stars on the shoulders of these men and women because it is thought that they know how to do their jobs...but when it begins to
look like the job is securing another cushy defense contractors gig, it's time to remove them with bias.
I begin to see that the Navy is suffering from this as well, with staggering cost overruns in many projects.
It's only blindingly obvious when one begins to look.
I was in mid and upper level management in an international company...trust me when I say, I know corruption when I see it. "Gifts" given in exchange
for a "good word" at the next meeting in Seattle. A really good hotel room when in Tokyo, with a little somethin' somethin' dressed all slinky
waiting in the bedroom...not personal experience, just saw it in person.
Please don't pretend it doesn't happen in Pentagon procurement. I have many former, and present, military in my life, you don't think we talk about
Accusing people of some sort of bias really isn't cool, y'know?