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Latest revision as of 23:50, 14 May 2012

Military Procurement successes are the opposite of British Military Procurement Mysteries - when we buy something that:

  • Is needed
  • Does work
  • Isn't obsolete before it's introduced
  • Isn't crap
  • Works straight out of the box without costing the GDP of a mid-sized African country to fix / maintain
  • Is squaddy proof
  • Is cheaper and better than civilian equivalents that can be bought off-the-shelf

Below is a full, complete and comprehensive list:

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