155mm rounds wait to be loaded and shot down range. NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – The United States no longer has the capacity to quickly produce needed wartime assets, like 155 mm artillery shells, or to repair vital sophisticated systems, like radar, rapidly in theater, a panel of expert logisticians said last week.

Weapon systems like artillery and radar cannot be produced and shipped in a quick timeline, said Justin Woulfe, Systecon’s chief technology officer, during the Navy League’s Sea Air Space 2023 symposium.

“There’s not an Amazon Prime for these weapons systems,” Woulfe said.COVID-19’s effect on manufacturing and supply chains focused […]

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