ARMY FOXES HUNT FOR CHEMICALS

When U.S. soldiers found drums of suspected chemical weapons yesterday at a warehouse in Albu Muhawish, Iraq, two Army Fox mobile laboratories were quickly brought in.The Philly Inquirer takes a look at the three-man, 20-ton vehicles, each equppied with more than a million dollars worth of chemical testing gear inside.My question is: with all that equipment, why are the Foxes coming up with so many "false positives" -- reports that banned weapons are present, only to be later disproved?According to the Telegraph, U.S. Central Command is receiving an average of three reports a day of suspected weapons of mass destruction. None has so far held up.

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