Homeland Security

U.S. Missile Defense Gets $400 Million After North Korea Threats

“Congressional defense committees have approved shifting more than $400 million from other accounts into missile defense programs to clear the way for more ground-based interceptors, sensors and upgrades to Navy anti-missile vessels in the face of threats led by North Korea.”

Source: U.S. Missile Defense Gets $400 Million After North Korea Threats – Bloomberg

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