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The Space Force could do little to stop an asymmetric attack with a biological weapon.
Some fear that it could also be used to make a biological weapon.
Of course, the denuclearization and nuclear weapons and biological weapons is one problem in North Korea.
Mattis did not specifically address chemical and biological weapons in his public remarks but said the United States would maintain its approach of backing up the diplomatic effort with military strength.
It has been confirmed that the system will protect against a wide range of threats – even including nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
Seven miles away is Porton Down, a laboratory that carries out classified experiments with chemical and biological weapons.
Much about the arsenal is uncertain; and even less is known about the North’s chemical and biological weapons, among them the deadly VX nerve agent.
Officials said that meant Customs might not have enough time to identify items that could be bombs or chemical or biological weapons until the plane was already on its way to a U.S. destination.
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BIOLOGICAL WEAPON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of biological weapon for English Language Learners
: a harmful living thing (such as a germ that causes disease) used as a weapon in a war
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