U.S. Missile Defenses On Slow Path To Deployment

Nearly 30 years ago, then-U.S. President Ronald Reagan tasked the Pentagon with creating a unique shield to counter the growing threat of Soviet intercontinental ballistic missiles. He kicked off a massive industrial effort backed by billions of dollars under the leadership of the Strategic Defense...

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