Clinton vows to produce more military equipment in the United States

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April 13, 2008 00:27

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton outlined a plan Saturday to keep more military-related manufacturing in the United States, calling it an economic and security priority. Speaking at a plant here that builds transmissions for military vehicles, Clinton said she would limit the Defense Department's ability to buy foreign-made products, in part by making the agency consider the impact on US jobs when it awards contracts. The New York senator, seeking support in Indiana's May 6 Democratic presidential primary, said she would launch a "comprehensive review of our defense industrial base" to determine "where US capabilities are lacking." It would involve doubling the Defense Department's basic and applied research operations.


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