CLEARANCE: Above Top Secret
- Apr 21, 2009
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Recent changes and weapons in development are bringing a vast array of new options for soldiers and squads.
two, too large LSIs, so likely an inferior, closed, expensive, and clunky systemLockheed Martin and CACI Inc. have won contracts to develop prototypes for a combined-arms squad valued at as much as $22 million and $9.9 million, respectively. The Department of Defense has contr…defence-blog.com
“The Marine Corps is effectively 100 percent committed rotating forces in and out of the theater,” he said. “When do you have uncommitted capacity in your force or on your training schedule to do the sorts of things that the commandant is saying that they need to do?”
No wonder I was getting flashbacks from this. https://tass.com/defense/1018050 Tried to find the video of the helmet changing colors. Sadly I was expecting harry potter invisibilityscenario appears to be Brit invasion of Euro mainland again, D-day 2, a Brexit gone bad.
COD 6: Environmentally Friendly Warfare.
"A portable individual electric power source has been accepted for service in the Russian engineering troops. This system is a mobile compact solar charger with a photovoltaic device in the form of a folding solar panel. The first batch of these sources has arrived at the central engineering storage facilities and is now being dispatched to engineering troops’ units," the ministry’s press office said.
The engineering troops have received 30, 50 and 100 Wt autonomous electric power sources, it specified.
"As their innovative feature, the solar batteries use Russian-made photovoltaic converters manufactured under modern technology with an efficiency factor of over 20% in their design. These power sources are designed to accomplish tasks in the absence of centralized electric power supply," the press office noted.
Smart land mines could certainly stop vehicular suicide bombers rushing checkpoints.U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Friday that landmines were an important tool that U.S. forces needed, as President Donald Trump's administration is expected to relax Obama-era restrictions on the U.S. military's use and acquisition of them.www.reuters.com
President Donald Trump on Friday relaxed Obama-era restrictions on the U.S. military's use of anti-personnel land mines, arguing that the previous policy could put American troops at a "severe disadvantage."www.reuters.com