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Published on Feb 18, 2010
On February 14, U.S. forces violated rules of engagement in Afghanistan by bombing a building in Marjah, killing 12 civilians, including 5 children. The weapon used in the strike was a High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, manufactured by Lockheed Martin.
Three days later, Maj. Gen. Robert Scales (Ret.) went on FOX News and called for the loosening of rules of engagement meant to protect civilians, which he called "overly restrictive." Scales' company, Colgen, lists Lockheed Martin as a client.