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March 1st, 2007

Pentagon report sees spy methods for small targets

The board's 126-page report said an "over-overarching strategic vision has not yet emerged and operational concepts are still relatively immature" for the new methods it envisions.

"A combination of nanotechnology, biology and chemistry promises to provide significant increases in capability to conduct persistent surveillance on a global basis -- with minimized personnel exposure," it said.


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