Missile defense needs re-test, investment, lawmakers say

07/12/2013 | Reuters

Following a failed test last week of the U.S. missile intercept system, several lawmakers say they want a re-test and are urging investment in a new system, as well. Republican members of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel saying that threats from Iran and North Korea demand that the U.S. bolster its missile defense and add an East Coast intercept system.

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