#1 Posted by Leptok (942 posts) -

 
 
No wonder getting new stuff is always a clusterfuck.
#2 Posted by Leptok (942 posts) -
#3 Posted by OllyOxenFree (4968 posts) -
#4 Posted by natetodamax (19136 posts) -

That graph literally made my brain sick.

#5 Posted by Jost1 (2077 posts) -

EVERY time you pick Dual P90s someone's gotta do all that

#6 Posted by Jost1 (2077 posts) -

Also that's not nearly all that's wrong with the Army

#7 Posted by Mono_Listo (430 posts) -

That pales in comparison to some of the matrixes I have to deal with as an engineer for what should be simplistic tasks. Look up the Citrix logon process, only covers the base processes and is twice as complex.
 
But yea, it's still pretty bad.

#8 Posted by Branthog (7332 posts) -

I think I'm missing the connection between this and gaming.

#9 Posted by gingertastic_10 (4141 posts) -

 
#10 Posted by baron_calamity (237 posts) -

I hate to break this to everyone but that is one of the clearest illustrations of DoD purchasing I've ever seen.
#11 Posted by Leptok (942 posts) -
@Branthog said:
" I think I'm missing the connection between this and gaming. "
Coming soon from Activision: Call of Duty: Powerpoint Warrior.
#12 Posted by baron_calamity (237 posts) -
@Branthog said:
"I think I'm missing the connection between this and gaming. "

It explains why Duke Nukem Forever can only carry 2 guns at a time. The others are on order and will be delievered by the contractor in FY 2014.
#13 Posted by Druminator (1666 posts) -

That's a little too much for me to comprehend.

#14 Posted by Meteora (5787 posts) -

That's basically a web of bureaucracy that is in the Army. There's a lot of steps to introducing new equipment and gear.

#15 Posted by illmatic19 (964 posts) -

wat no guns?

#16 Posted by Jack268 (3387 posts) -

#17 Posted by Inf225 (503 posts) -

So much information, my brain hurts.