The U.S. military is exploring other options for expanding the coverage of its missile defense system if negotiations on locating a third ground-based interceptor site in Poland are not continued under President-elect Barack Obama. “We are in discussions with the MDA [Missile Defense Agency] on alternatives if the discussions in Europe do not continue,” says Air Force Gen. Victor Renuart Jr., head of both the North American Aerospace Defense Command and the U.S. Northern Command. ...
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