With attacks on Israel so intense that the FAA has banned flights to Tel Aviv, the U.S. is looking to speed production of the Iron Dome counter-rocket system credited with protecting the Israeli populace from Hamas’s attacks. Congress has already recommended doubling the Obama administration’s $176 million request for Iron Dome, adding another $175 million to offset the costs of starting U.S. production of the system. This week, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel asked Congress for ...
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