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Military Chief Warns of Rogue Missile Attacks

Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the U.S. joint chiefs of staff, warned NATO allies on Saturday that conventional forces were vulnerable to cruise missile attacks from rogue, non-state militants, saying “it won’t be long before that threat is upon us.” Myers spoke behind closed doors to the Defense and Security Committee of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, meeting in Florida. The media was barred from the speech but in a recording obtained by Reuters, Myers presented the threat from cruise missiles and short-range ballistic missiles as a hole in U.S. and allied defenses that could be exploited by “non-state actors,” which he did not further identify. Full Story

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