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An Air Force officer operates a terminal for the Semi-Automatic Ground Environment, the world’s first networked computer system. Beginning in the late 1950s, it aggregated data from hundreds of radars to coordinate the defense of North America against nuclear-armed Soviet bombers. Photo credit: MIT Lincoln Lab.
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Artist’s concept of Soviet SS-20 mobile intermediate-range ballistic missile systems in launch position from Defense Intelligence Agency Soviet Military Power 1985. SS-20s as well as US Pershing II and Ground Launched Cruise Missiles were eliminated under the terms of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
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