End date pushed back to destroy chemical weapons
Work to destroy the U.S. Army's remaining stockpiles of chemical weapons in Kentucky and Colorado may take longer and cost about $2.5 billion extra, Defense Department officials said Tuesday.
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Since: Sep 08
#1 Apr 18, 2012
#2 Apr 25, 2012
The combination of the military and their over-priced private contractors are going to continue to milk this for what it's worth.
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