Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday the United States must prepare now for potential surprise attacks “vastly more deadly” than the Sept. 11 terrorist hijackings. In a speech laying out the Bush administration’s justification for proposing a $48 billion increase in the 2003 defense budget, Rumsfeld said the nation is vulnerable to new forms of terrorism ranging from cyberattacks to attacks on U.S. military bases abroad to ballistic missile attacks on American cities. Full Story
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