Alliance makes initial move to protect deployed forces
NATO could take an important step toward building a ballistic missile defense shield later this month when the acquisition chiefs of member countries meet and discuss efforts on various alliance initiatives. High on the agenda for the purchasing representatives will be ironing out details for a new NATO effort to field a system by 2010 that would integrate the missile defenses of different alliance members into one system. The goal is to ensure protection of deployed NATO forces against ...
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