After Words with William Hartung
In Prophets of War, William Hartung presents the history of the largest military contractor in U.S. history, Lockheed Martin. Mr. Hartung argues that with 25 billion dollars annually in Defense Department contracts, Lockheed Martin’s reach into American life is extensive and largely unknown, including creation of satellites used to spy on the telephone calls of American citizens. He discussed the company’s size, scope and influence with Pierre Sprey, father of the A-10 and F-16 military aircraft. close
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William "Bill" D. Hartung Director New America Foundation->Arms and Security Initiative
Pierre Sprey Founder Mapleshade Studio
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