About the LWRCI / Jordanian arms deal

    Darren EVP of LWRCI posted this in the comments of my blog post about the LWRCI Jordanian arms deal (note, he is responding the previous comments)…

    Guys, this is very common. A joint venture will eventually be formed whereby LWRCi forms a new company along with KADDB. LWRCi will control quality and configuration.

    I have met with King Abdullah II 4 times in the last 2 years. He was educated in America and the UK. High School in Virginia, College at Sandhurst and George Washington University. He is the best thing that ever happened to Jordan. He is bringing world class education and technology to Jordan. Jordan is a Constitutional Monarchy with a representative democratic government. The people of Jordan love him. The United States finds Jordan to be one of the best allies of the United States. Jordan does not have Oil or natural resources. The people are their best hope, and they are proving that to be true.

    The fact that Jordan does not have natural resources combined with King Abdullah II are two factors that are shaping Jordan to be the very picture of an Islamic country that contributes to peace, security and prosperity for its people.

    Mr. Sayeret Sapash really has no idea what he is talking about. But that is what the internet is all about. Giving everybody a voice, right or wrong.

    The Jordanians to a person, from regular folks, to the Government Officials I have met, and His Majesty are among the finest, hardest working, honest and hospitable people I have ever met. I am proud they are such a strong ally to the United States.

    LWRCI in Cambridge MD has significant production capacity. LWRCI, MATECH and MSI are commonly owned companies with over 250,000 square feet of Manufacturing space. Owned by the CEO Richard Bernstein who is responsible for creation of more than 2000 jobs in Maryland.

    Jordan will produce the LWRCI PSD under license.
    Steve Johnson

    I founded TFB in 2007 and over 10 years worked tirelessly, with the help of my team, to build it up into the largest gun blog online. I retired as Editor in Chief in 2017. During my decade at TFB I was fortunate to work with the most amazing talented writers and genuinely good people!