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Problems Plague Army Weapons-Burning

In 1987, the Army estimated it would cost $2 billion to dispose of the 27,768 metric tons of chemical weapons in its stockpile. Today, the price has mushroomed to $28 billion, and the military is about a third of the way through the job. An array of problems — including technical challenges and protests from community activists concerned about the impact of burning the weapons — has dogged the progress. Full Story

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