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Efforts to beef up port, rail security lose steam

After passage of an aviation security package last fall, security measures for railroads and ports appear to have all but drowned in a political quagmire.

Crusader becomes target in defense transition debate

Last week's decision to eliminate the Army's $11 billion Crusader artillery program illustrates the landmines Pentagon officials face as they try to move the military into the information age.

Reform crusade

The move to kill the Army's Crusader artillery weapon may be only the first move in the Pentagon's effort to rein in runaway weapons costs.