According to the LA Times it's porkalicious
Their article from just a month ago: http://graphics.latimes.com/missile-defense-jlens/
After 17 years and $2.7 billion it consistently fails to work, even before this destructive romp (the tether took out some big power lines). However when the Army tried to kill it back in 2010:
Raytheon mobilized its congressional lobbyists. Within the Pentagon, Marine Corps Gen. James E. “Hoss” Cartwright, then vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, came to JLENS’ defense, arguing that it held promise for enhancing the nation’s air defenses.
At Cartwright’s urging, money was found in 2011 for a trial run of the technology — officially, an “operational exercise” — in the skies above Washington, D.C.
Cartwright retired the same year — and joined Raytheon’s board of directors five months later. As of the end of 2014, Raytheon had paid him more than $828,000 in cash and stock for serving as a director, Securities and Exchange Commission records show.
Sometimes it's impressive that the west has a brass-enough neck to go sermonising upon corruption to the likes of Greece.