U.S. eyes 12 giant "bunker buster" bombs | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

U.S. eyes 12 giant "bunker buster" bombs

The Defense Department asked Congress last month to shift $68 million in the fiscal 2009 budget to speed output of the non-nuclear, 30,000-pound Massive Ordnance Penetrator and its integration aboard a long-range bomber.

Assuming Congress approves the accelerated funding as expected, the Northrop Grumman Corp-built radar-evading B-2 bomber, "would be capable of carrying the bomb by July 2010," Andy Bourland, an Air Force spokesman, said this month.

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Anyone who truly believes that Israel will sit back and patiently wait a year before somehow goading to US into attacking Iran is dreaming.

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