John Douglas

President and CEO, Aerospace Industries Association

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President and CEO of the Aerospace Industries Association, which is part of the Coalition for Security and Competitiveness, an industry coalition seeking to reduce US regulations on international arms sales

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The United States is the largest exporter of weapons worldwide—as well as the world’s prime target for illegal arms deals.

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The United States is the largest exporter of weapons worldwide—as well as the world’s prime target for illegal arms deals.

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