Secret Defense Department studies cast doubt on whether a multibillion-dollar missile defense system planned for Europe can ever protect the U.S. from
Iranian missiles as intended, congressional investigators say.
Military officials say they believe they can overcome the problems and are moving forward with plans. But proposed fixes could prove difficult. One
possibility has been ruled out as technically unfeasible. A second, relocating missile interceptors planned for Poland and possibly Romania to ships
on the North Sea, could be diplomatically troublesome.
defense department propaganda to me
from the southern air defense system to be shut down
the aircraft carrier uss abe lincoln docked in port due to fuel funding leaving carrier fleet weakened
all scare tactics to support defense cut reversal
just my 2 cents
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