To be effective, President Clinton's declared war on terrorism will require a sustained campaign using aerial bombing and ground forces, not just missile attacks like those against Sudan and Afghanistan, strategists say. Some suggested that B-52 strikes should have accompanied the cruise missile attack on Afghanistan to ensure lethality, and that a commando drop there might have produced an intelligence windfall in the aftermath. They agreed, however, that cruise missiles were ...

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