Fort Drum, former Griffiss Air Force Base eyed as possible home for missile defense site

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Washington — Central or Northern New York could become the site of a sprawling, $3.6 billion development that would bring the region hundreds of new jobs for well-paid engineers and technicians. But there’s one big catch: The community would have to welcome the nation’s only missile defense site on the East Coast, where an array of at least 20 anti-missile interceptors would sit ready for firing in underground silos. The Pentagon said Friday it will begin an environmental impact study later this year of potential East Coast sites to comply with a mandate from Congress. U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has said the study will be part of an initial $1 billion effort to beef up the nation’s…

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