Taiwan Sends Missile Heads Back to U.S.
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Taiwan Sends Missile Heads Back to U.S.

The U.S. military's shipment to Taiwan in 2006 was supposed to be helicopter batteries. But instead the boxes contained electrical fuses used in missile warheads, and it took the Pentagon nearly two years to figure out the mix-up. Video by AP

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