Antiterror Test: Confusion, Communications Woes

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A classified federal report says the largest counterterrorism exercise since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks was marred by communications problems, shortages of medical supplies and hospital rooms, and confusion over where the residue of a radiological attack would spread, the New York Times reports. The five-day exercise last May in Chicago and Seattle, known as
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