NPR's Steve Inskeep reports that in the wake of last month bombing campaign against Iraq, confrontations between Iraqi ground anti-aircraft radars and US and British planes flying in the no-fly zones of Iraqi airspace have become almost a daily occurence. Pentagon officials maintain the Iraqi challenges are manageable, but they do constitute a potential threat to allied war planes.



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