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Pentagon Superweapon: The Hair-Raising Briefer
Painting the Russian bear ten feet tall Pentagon Superweapon: A Hair-Raising Briefer
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Author: By Fred Kaplan
Date: Mar 20, 1983
Start Page: C1
Pages: 2
Section: OUTLOOK Editorials Columnists

DEEP INSIDE THE PENTAGON, far behind those scenes occupied by the secretary of defense and his entourage of deputy and assistant secretaries, lie several separate, almost entirely unknown subcultures. In some of these specialized communities are the anonymous analysts who puzzle over their endless calculations; in others, the nuclear gurus who dream up doctrines and warfighting strategies; in still others, the professional briefers.

    
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