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Posted April 26. 2018 1:49PM

What happens to a captured cruise missile? Popular Mechanics found an answer in Nashua

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Years ago, Popular Mechanics took a tour of BAE Systems' Jam Lab in Nashua, New Hampshire. There, the company works to thwart the anti-aircraft missiles that could target military and civilian airplanes. This struggle between Russian and U.S. engineers didn't end with the Cold War. To visit BAE's lab is to glimpse this struggle firsthand, and to see how captured hardware becomes an intelligence asset.