Sensors To Monitor Wind Currents in Terror Attack

Print More The federal government has installed sensors to map wind currents at three points in the Washington, D.C., area as part of a high-tech network to help predict the airborne path of a chemical, biological or radioactive release in the event of terrorism, the Washington Post says. Six, 30-foot aluminum weather towers have been installed
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