Syrian strike price tag could grow

09/3/2013 | USA Today

A limited strike against Syria could cost the U.S. less than $100 million, but if conflict intensifies or follow up is needed, the cost could rise swiftly. A deeper intervention in Syria could involve $500 million annually to train Syrian rebels, $1 billion a month to hold a no-fly zone in place and other costs, according to Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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