Facing an aging computer system and radars set to look in the wrong direction, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is attempting to patch together existing capabilities to better respond to interior air attacks similar to those of on Sept. 11. Since last year's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, NORAD has been working to channel Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) radar data to regional command posts, according to Air Force Gen. Ralph "Ed" Eberhart, the ...
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