The U.S. Air Force has hit Iraqi TV with an experimental electronmagetic pulse device called the 'E-Bomb' in an attempt to knock it off the air and shut down Saddam Hussein's propaganda machine," reports CBS News' David Martin.Defense Tech's sources at the Air Force confirm the E-Bomb strike.The weapon uses a burst of high-powered microwaves to disable electronics and fry circuitry. And it was successful in crippling Iraqi broadcasts -- for a little while. Within a few hours, however, the station was back on air, broadcasting with a weaker signal.
THE "E-BOMB" HAS LANDED
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