Thursday, March 10, 2005

This fine bridge for sale. Cheap.

A story on suggests that ballistic missile defense developers have not noticed what happens in even their very choreographed, long-planned test shots.

"Experimental interceptor bases in Alaska and California can be made ready to fire at incoming ballistic missiles within minutes or hours, the chief of the Missile Defense Agency said Wednesday. The comments from Lt. Gen. Henry A. Obering III in a conference call with reporters suggest the United States is technically ready to try to shoot down a few incoming intercontinental ballistic missiles with little warning."

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