The US military has been very focused on rooting out “white supremacy” and making maternity suits for women under Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin. It’s all about hurt feelings and policing the political views of servicemen and servicewomen these days.
However, as the military slides into a woke mess, there’s a little detail that seems to have slipped the notice of many of the top officials chumming it up around their champagne and caviar. Thousands of military issue firearms have gone missing and we don’t know where they are.
Will Legislation Help?
Now, Congress is trying to get stricter with new laws that would go in the latest National Defense Authorization Act in the Senate and House. In particular, they want to keep better track of weapons from the US military and understand why some are going missing on a regular basis.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley (who has since emerged as a woke liberal obsessed with investigating “white rage”) promised to get tough on this back in June. Instead of that, he just whined about President Trump and did nothing.
The military’s tracking system for weapons clearly has issues, with over 1,900 missing in the past decade. In fact, numerous weapons identified in committing serious crimes around the country have later been linked back to US military base storerooms.
The military showed them as accounted for. Meanwhile, they were being used to rob jewelry stores and banks. Oops!
— Kathi Lynn Austin (@kathilynnaustin) June 18, 2021
Army and Marines Step Up
The US Army and USMC are stepping up already; they have said they’re improving the way they keep track of their weapons. However, members of Congress are rightly concerned there doesn’t seem to be a “coherent” way for weapons to be tracked and accounted for.
When you have an organization as large as the US military, you need to make sure those weapons aren’t falling into the wrong hands. A hit-and-miss system isn’t going to cut it.
Then again, with Joe Biden allowing millions in military hardware, humvees, and weapons systems to fall into the hands of the Taliban in Afghanistan, I guess he’s not too concerned with US military weapons falling into the hands of criminals stateside.
We are truly living in dark times for America.
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— The Outer Limits (@Xbox_Sanmans) June 29, 2021
There will be an important meeting on November 19; the branches of our military will get updates on how the new legislation will affect them and what exactly it involves.
One of the issues is that tracking guns by RFID or other means can sometimes allow enemies to also track them, which is obviously unacceptable in combat. For this reason, alternate measures must be developed to accurately keep track of weapons, while also keeping our troops safe in theater.