DHS solicits bids for anti-missile systems

04/24/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

The Department of Homeland Security wants to develop new ways to protect fliers from the threat of terrorist missiles, and has asked companies to submit bids for alternative anti-missile systems. The new homeland security request for proposals includes a solicitation for ground-based systems to protect airports in Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Newark, N.J., San Diego and Washington, D.C.

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