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Russia and China's hypersonic missiles 'may endanger the United States itself'

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Russia and China's hypersonic missiles 'may endanger the United States itself'According to a new study from the Air Force, the ‘relatively leisurely pace’ of the United States' hypersonic weapons development leaves the country vulnerable to such attacks.
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