The U.S. government's fast-growing $11-billion defense against weapons of mass destruction requires an infusion of aerospace technologies and a wholesale management overhaul, according to independent experts in chemical, biological and cyber warfare. In the technological realm, authorities urge exploiting airport wind shear systems to detect biowar particle clouds. They also call for the development of cutting-edge detection and diagnostic sensors to protect against chem-bio attacks, ...
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