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