$10.9 billion was the value of military training and sales agreements executed in fiscal year 2000 by the Pentagon’s global arms delivery service, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.
$31.6 billion was the sum of the agency’s business in fiscal year 2010, which concluded at the end of September. The DSCA just released the new figures.
$4.7 billion of that total comprised training and equipment for the Afghan military and police services. (Eager recruits, pictured.)
$4.0 billion worth of hardware went to Israel, the DSCA’s top buyer.
$2.6 billion went to Egypt.