Military critics of Microsoft’s PowerPoint have been strafing the slide-making tool all

Military critics of Microsoft’s PowerPoint have been strafing the slide-making tool all year long on the count that it’s too outdated for modern use and takes up too much of our soldier’s time. But that hasn’t stopped the military from using it, or overusing it. After the jump, check out the “three-foot wall chart the military uses to explain its gajillion-step process for developing, buying, and maintaining gear,” otherwise known as The World’s Craziest PowerPoint Slide.A larger, more zoomable photo of the increased-productivity carnage is available here. As Wired’s Danger Room blog puts it, “it’s kind of amazing our troops have any gear at all.”


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