During the eight years of the Obama administration, the defense industry’s requests to export weapons were approved
at a record clip. The total value of approved deals eventually more than doubled that of the previous administration, topping out at more than a quarter-trillion dollars. Of course, there’s more to sealing an export deal than gaining White House
approval, and so the actual booked revenue from all those deals remains far lower. This eBook takes a closer look at the state of foreign military sales and what to expect with the new administration.