Defense Science Board Studying National Missile Defense Info Policy

By Thomas Duffy / July 9, 2004 at 5:00 AM
The Defense Science Board has begun studying how the Pentagon can best sell the technical capabilities and strategic benefits of the Bush administration's nascent national missile defense system to U.S. allies and potential enemies. The DSB task force's report is due in November. Within the next few months, the administration says it will put on alert a defensive system that could provide protection against a limited ballistic missile attack from North Korea. The system has come under heavy criticism by...

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