But guys, could you have come up with a better organization name than this one: US Army Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command (JM&LLCMC)??
No political correctness here!
From their web site, they have a list of "What We Do (Core competencies). The list is pretty routine, largely what you'd find on many Fortune 500 websites...until you get to the last one:
--What we do (Core Competencies)--Research, Development, Engineering
--Acquisition / Program Management
--Logistics, Industrial Operations, and Contracting
--SMCA Executor & Field Operating Activity
--Demilitarization and Disposal
--Industrial Base Management & Transformation
--Munitions Readiness Reporting
--Manage World-Wide Assets
--Centralized Ammunition Management
--Integrated Lethality Solutions
What the heck is an Integrated Lethality Solution? I guess you don't want to have any Non-Integrated Lethality Solutions. I can only presume that you don't want to be lethal in a willy-nilly way...it must be organized and part of a larger comprehensive plan for death and destruction.
This whole sorta surreal discussion reminds me of the George Carlin quote on flamethrowers that I've previously posted about, here:
The very existence of flame-throwers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I'm just not close enough to get the job done.