Arms firms in Scotland given taxpayers' money are profiting from border security contracts in Europe designed to keep out asylum seekers.
The Scottish Government has handed nearly £15 million to arms firms with factories in Scotland who sell weaponry to Turkey.
An Ayrshire firm making explosives told Scottish Enterprise that munitions were a "key growth area" when applying for taxpayers' money.
Environmental campaigners have called on the Scottish Government's economic development agency not to spend taxpayers' money subsidising a new form of underwater mining.
Bombs and missiles will still be exported to Saudi Arabia under a secretive licensing system despite a court ruling that UK arms sales are illegal.
American multinationals Raytheon and Lockheed Martin are bidding for a lucrative Ministry of Defence training contract at Faslane.
Concerns raised with the Scottish Government over its relationship with an arms company that sold Hong Kong tear gas apparently used by police during clashes with protestors.
Dozens of companies have undergone human rights checks by Scottish Enterprise following concerns over public money being awarded to arms firms through business grants.
Arms firms supplying weapons for the war in Yemen that has killed 70,000 people were handed nearly £3m by the Scottish Government last year.