Amy Butler (El Segundo, Calif., and Washington)April 11, 2011
After decades of the U.S. enjoying the advantage of spaceborne cameras to find targets or danger spots, adversaries have now become adept at hiding from electro-optical satellites, either by operating underground, beneath jungle canopies or by being camouflaged to the hilt. The most obvious, and...
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