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The US is heavily reliant on China and Russia for its ammo supply chain. Congress wants to fix that. | Defense News

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The department would be required by law to implement a policy for recycling spent nuclear material.

Antimony is vital to the military industry supply chain. It is required to manufacture anything from armor-piercing bullets to nuclear weapons. Antimony is at the forefront of initiatives to bolster the strategic reserve of rare minerals. A proposed law would oblige the Defense Department to implement a recycling scheme for expended batteries. Congress has always utilized the mineral reserve to pay for other programs and has reversed course.

Source: https://www.defensenews.com/congress/budget/2022/06/08/the-us-is-heavily-reliant-on-china-and-russia-for-its-ammo-supply-chain-congress-wants-to-fix-that/?utm_source=sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dfn-ebb

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