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Topic - Tim Garrett
The Pentagon spent $10.2 billion over three decades burning tons of deadly nerve gas and other chemical weapons stored in four states — some of the agents so deadly even a few drops can kill.
"It's the end of an era," said Mr. Garrett, a civilian.
But, Mr. Garrett said, nothing worse than normal workplace injuries occurred by the time the last