Navy spends another $262 million on drones that don’t work
This is about the military’s choice to go out and purchase more of the helicopter drones which they know don’t work and are not suddenly going to fix themselves. It seems relatively clear to me that this is just another handout from one crony in the military to another crony over at a defense contractor. After all, the proverbial revolving door keeps these people going back and forth quite a bit.
Further reading and relevant links:
Danger Room’s article: http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/04/fire-scout-contract/