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In a move that significantly ups U.S. military might, the Pentagon successfully tested the flight of a flying bomb that travels faster than the speed of sound. The development will now grant military planners the ability to strike targets anywhere across the globe in less than an hour. Continue Reading

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  1. Robert Burford
    3 years ago

    That is a total of 310 million that could have be used to to build a road or a bridge. The biggest enemy today is not in a country far away but us a a society that does not fear God and yes that means us.

  2. michael
    3 years ago

    I can not call this an achievement until this technology is being used for good. This is a threat to some countries and even the world if the US will lose its control handling this new invention. I beg they'll use it in space for faster travel and exploration. May God guide them.

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