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  • The plan is known as Prompt Global Strike, which the government hopes to field by 2015.

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  • We began several years ago to develop a backfill for that and that is what has now become known as Prompt Global Strike that was an ATK initiative, three years ago.

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  • Jon Aquino's Mental Garden: Bruce Eckel's MindView, Inc: "Cygwin Prompt Here"

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  • The plane was born from a Darpa plan called Prompt Global Strike, which sought to give military commanders the ability to strike targets anywhere in the world within an hour.

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  • The HTV-2 is part of a DARPA plan called Prompt Global Strike to develop advanced weapons systems with extreme range.

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  • Last year, to reassure hawkish senators that the treaty wouldn't hinder the military's ability to hit a target anywhere around the world, Defense Secretary Robert Gates boosted a program called Prompt Global Strike, which outfits intercontinental ballistic missiles with sub-nuclear conventional warheads.

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  • MarketingName appeared briefly under Sasser's listing for his newest iOS app called Prompt.

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  • The program under which Washington is developing its conventional weapons capacity to supplement its previous nuclear strategy is called Prompt Global Strike (PGS), alternately referred to as Conventional Prompt Global Strike

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  • U.S. military officials say the intercontinental ballistic missiles, known as Prompt Global Strike weapons, are a necessary new form of deterrence against terrorist networks and other adversaries.

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