This is a bit odd, but I have a blog entry where I list just about every government program and its funding level. Its a big nested unordered list. Here is a sample. * Trident II 1.087 Billion +14% * Joint Strike Fighter 1.112 Billion NEW * Repair / Spare Parts 1.158 Billion +43% * EA-18G Growler 1.319 Billion +46% * LPD-17 San Antonio 1.398 Billion NEW * MH-60 Seahawk*17 1.500 Billion +3% * V-22 Osprey 1.959 Billion +24% * Virginia Class Submarine 2.498 Billion +2% * F/A-18E Hornet 2.545 Billion +9% * Carrier Replacement Program 2.848 Billion +263% * DDG-1000 Zumwalt-class Destroyer 2.953 Billion +15% What I would like is for someone to link each item to its corresponding wikipedia entry. For example, the words Trident II would like to [url removed, login to view] with a link and target blank page. So its really just adding links to words, not hard. But there are a lot of links, about 400 total line items although many wont have wiki entries, thats ok. Thanks
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