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‘Blimps’ leave Utah’s desert bound for Maryland
Military » The aerostats, tested in Utah, are designed to guard against missile attacks on East Coast.

First Published Jun 10 2014 01:19 pm • Last Updated Jun 10 2014 09:32 pm

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