By now, you’re probably thinking “why bother?”.
That’s because the defense system that’s coming to Berlin and Munich is called the “Berlin Defense Mechanism”.
The Germans are a country of about one million people, and they are in the middle of a military buildup to counter the threat of a resurgent China.
Germany’s military budget is $1.8 trillion and is projected to grow to more than $3 trillion by 2020.
That’s not all.
Germany has an enormous natural gas and oil reserves, and the country is a major transit country for European energy needs.
Germany also has the ability to deploy military forces at any time anywhere in the world.
And the country has a history of making strategic and strategic alliances with allies.
The German defense industry has been one of the largest military contractors in the Western world, and in 2016, they got a lot of attention for their decision to purchase Boeing’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, which has been touted as a breakthrough technology for the U.S. military.
But that deal didn’t go anywhere, and this new deal will likely have a different outcome.
In a way, the German defense deal is reminiscent of the controversial sale of Patriot missiles to Israel.
This time, the U and the Germans will have to take on the risk of the Patriot deal ending up being a one-time deal that can’t be repeated.
The German Defense Ministry announced this week that the company had signed a $1 billion contract with Boeing for a new variant of the F-22 Raptor fighter.
The company has been in talks with the UAVs company for a possible F-16 variant, but they are still waiting on the UAW to make an agreement.
In fact, a report in the Financial Times earlier this week suggested that the German government is trying to get Boeing to buy the U-2 spy plane.
While this could result in a very big price hike for the Germans, they may not have to worry about the F35s Raptor going to Israel anytime soon.
The U.K. also has a contract for a similar UAV, the H-7.
And both nations are going to be looking for ways to make sure their military is not left behind when it comes to the acquisition of advanced stealth technology.
The Germans have a similar problem.
After all, the United Kingdom and the United States have similar defense budgets and both countries have been working to modernize their armed forces in the years since the Cold War.
Germany is already a military powerhouse and the defense industry is an important part of their economies, but the U’s and the Brits have to compete for those resources, too.
The UK has been investing heavily in the research and development of UAV systems in recent years, and both nations have made the decision to spend billions of pounds to get those systems into the hands of the military.
So the Germans could end up with something that looks like a Raptor, but it’s more likely to be a much more capable version of the U2, which is what the German Defense Minister described to the Financial News.
The problem is that, even though Germany and the U have similar capabilities, they are going in different directions.
Germany’s defense industry wants to use stealth to replace the UU-100, the F117, and possibly other UAV types.
The Bundeswehr is going to have a larger presence in the skies over the coming years, so a new UAV might be more of a necessity for that.
Meanwhile, the Brit’s defense budget is going up in line with the rest of the world and the British have been investing a lot in their own defense.
They’re going to need to find a way to keep up with the pace of change, and if the F17s are any indication, they’re going take the UUV-based UAV approach.
The new German military system is supposed to be ready in 2019, but we’ll have to wait a little longer before we know whether it’ll be ready by then.
And even though the U, British, and Germans are in a similar economic and strategic situation, there are going