In other words – “Good luck dude.”
There’s a lot to unpack there, so let’s break it down, bottom to top.
- The $660 million fee estimate is nearly 500 times our previous record, and will likely hold that dubious title for quite some time.
- 15 million labor hours breaks down into 625,000 days, or a little over 1,712 years. So assuming one DoD employee started working on this nonstop tomorrow, they’d finish somewhere in the summer of 3728. To put that in perspective, if they started on year zero, by the time they were done, they’d only have to wait 20 years to hand off the work to an infant George Washington for safekeeping.