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HONOLULU, Hawaii  — The U.S. military successfully intercepted a ballistic missile Thursday in the first sea-based test of its kind since a Navy cruiser shot down an errant satellite earlier this year.  The $40 million test confirms that Navy ships are capable of shooting down short-range targets using modified missiles already being used by the military.  For more details on this, click here and return back to comment.

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