Missile defense tests to get trickier

10/3/2007 | Defense News

The next major test of the U.S. missile defense system will incorporate countermeasures in the target vehicle, officials say. Critics have said that simple measures, such as decoy balloons, could divert missiles from their intended targets. The next test could be as early as February or March, or as late as May, according to a spokesman for the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency.

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