Retired top brass say no to 'missile shield'
Generals, admirals say system unproven, urge tighter security
Forty-nine retired generals and admirals yesterday urged President Bush to suspend plans for a national missile shield and instead use the money to secure nuclear materials abroad and ports and borders at home. (Full Article: 424 Words)
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