U.S. BMD Spending At $98B; EPAA Development Questioned

Since 2002, DOD has spent more than $98 billion developing a ballistic missile defense system to protect the U.S., its forces and allies against inbound threat missiles, according to estimates in a recent U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) report that questions the nation’s plan to...

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