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CNN's Rick Lockridge looks at Sandia National Labs' anti-bomb technology
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Crafty, dexterous robots beat bombers at their game

August 27, 1999
Web posted at: 2:56 p.m. EDT (1856 GMT)

High-tech bomb squads compete so fiercely with terrorists that they now have developed bomb-busting robots that are 20 years ahead of the threats that are out there. CNN Correspondent Rick Lockridge has the full story.



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