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Russia Plans to Turn Cell Phone Towers Into Cruise Missile Jammers

Robert Beckhusen Security, Europe Communications network doubles as a defense grid.  Here’s a nightmare scenario that keeps Russian generals up at night: American submarines and aircraft launching precision-guided cruise missiles by the hundreds. Within minutes, they slam into bases, communications nodes and the Kremlin’s own missile launchers. Implausible as it may seem, Russia is freaked out enough about this possibility?—?in the event of a major war?—?that it’s taking steps to militarize its civilian communications infrastructure.
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