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where every bomb hit in Islamic state there's another that need building back home with the U. S. and its allies stepping up airstrikes it's getting harder predicament contractors to keep up Reuters has learned the so called smart bombs use for precision targeting and to avoid civilian casualties are in short supply Andre Shalala's on the story in Iraq and it's going to increase , companies like Lockheed and Boeing are pushing factories to boost production as much as eighty percent without creating huge strength company actually having to actually have to be there contest there instead , the factories are working , that's causing worry among the countries helping fight isis pecking keeping a really close eye , happening , that has already the allies are complaining that it takes too long to get weapons down proctor Clinton very cumbersome , you know Washington bureaucracy in addition to that you don't just anodyne turn and start juggling your production as our missile it takes a while you have to have machines after twelve chapter workers that are trained inhabitants based on your fraternity doing that and those are all things that they're keeping a very close eye on all of this is adding up to a blockbuster year for the Pentagon big suppliers tales of weapons up thirty six percent twenty fifteen to about forty seven billion dollars