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A small view of the drones used in the exercise

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US Army Tests New Drone Swarm

The latest drone test exercise run by the US Army was different to most, in that instead of showcasing a brand new multi-million-dollar aircraft, it instead used a swarm of standard off-the-shelf consumer drones. The objects…

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US Army Developing Robotic Exoskeletons?

Whenever I hear a new piece of tech which is being developed with the aim of blurring the lines of real life and science fiction, I am curious, but it’s then sometimes followed by a groan…

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The US Army Introduces a New Camouflage Design

After the US Army announced that it had selected a new camouflage uniform, finally selecting the replacement for its pixelated camouflage outfits, known as the Universal Camouflage Pattern. The reason was simple that those outfits did…

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Army Exoskeleton Makes Gunshots More Accurate

The US Army has developed a revolutionary new exoskeleton that improves a soldier’s aim with a gun. The Mobile Arm Exoskeleton for Firearm Aim Stabilization (MAXFAS) automatically steadies a soldier’s gun arm, cancelling out trembling without…

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‘Super Hornet’ Figher Jet to Carry Autonomous Anti-Ship Missile

The US Navy is planning to put Lockheed Martin’s autonomous LRASM (Long Range Anti-Ship Missile) on the F/A-18 Super Hornet. This addition will make the jet capable to fire the missile that tracks and wipe out targets mostly…

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US Army Invents Virtually Immortal Pizza

I’m sure many of you have eaten a pizza that wasn’t exactly fresh, personally I think my upper limit was around the 46 hour mark and even that it was a decision based on being tired,…

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US Army Working on Autonomous Convoy Project, Courtesy of Lockheed Martin

We expect Google to be the main topic of discussion when it comes to autonomous vehicles, not to mention after the acquisition of Boston Dymamics and DeepMind. But this time we skip Google and go to…

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Plans For A New Spy Plane In The Works, Codenamed SR-72

Throughout most part of the Cold War, the U.S. Air Force turned to the SR-71 Blackbird for many of its most important spy missions. The jet-black jet could fly at more than three times the speed…