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Q&A on Hagel's investigation of nuclear force

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon's decision to look into what ails the Air Force group responsible for nuclear missiles was hardly a bolt from the blue. It followed months of accumulating evidence of trouble in a segment of the military few Americans even think about. Why would they? The Cold War ended a generation ago, and with it, seemingly, the threat of nuclear war. For more than a decade the...

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