The Rise And Fall Of Two Young American Arms Dealers

They had barely gotten started on the order for grenades when the second Task Order arrived. This time, it was for more than $49 million in ammunition — including 100 million rounds of AK ammo and more than a million grenades for rocket launchers. There was no question now. The Pentagon was ecstatic to award the contract to a tiny company like AEY, which helped fulfill the quota set by Bush’s small-business initiative.

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What a great story. Definitely worth a read.

I wanna see a movie made;  It would be like “Lord Of War” meets “Friday“.


4 responses to “The Rise And Fall Of Two Young American Arms Dealers”

  1. El Duderino Avatar
    El Duderino

    Sounds more like “Lord Of War” meets “Half Baked.”

  2. El Duderino Avatar
    El Duderino

    Plus some “Boiler Room” thrown in for good measure.

  3. proud hipoint user Avatar
    proud hipoint user

    i read this and all i could say was damn

  4. SPC Fish Avatar

    i worked with David Packouz for a while when i was in high school. small world.