|John "Fozzie" Miller|
The Fozzie Miller Group is working for Qatar’s ministry of defense as it deals with the Pentagon to advance its military goals and security of the Arab state.
John “Fozzie” Miller is a retired US navy vice admiral and current adjunct professor at the Naval War College, who served with the Fifth Fleet, which is based in Manama, Bahrain.
President Biden has ordered a “routine” review of military sales made by the Trump administration, with a special focus on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Team Trump ironed out a $12B deal with Qatar in 2017 for $12 billion for 36 F-15QA fighter jets.
The US has $25B in government-to-government sales with Qatar for F-15QA fighter aircraft and weapons packages; AH-64E Apache attack helicopters; Mk-V fast patrol boats, C-17 aircraft support and Patriot and Javelin missiles.
Qatar hosts al-Udeid Air Base, which is home to US Central Command Forward, US Air Force and US Special Operations Central Command Forward.
FMG’s contract kicked off March 10 and is worth $25K per month.
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