Defense Satellite

The administration’s defense budget for fiscal 1997 contains no plans for developing a long-range anti-ballistic missile system. Clinton’s budget does call for spending about $2.8 billion on defenses designed to shoot down short-range missiles fired at U.S. troops overseas.

The administration’s defense budget for fiscal 1997 contains no plans for developing a long-range anti-ballistic missile system. Clinton’s budget does call for spending about $2.8 billion on defenses designed to shoot down short-range missiles fired at U.S. troops overseas.

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