This Weapon Could Make the U.S. Army Unstoppable

By Crowdability, on Friday, November 30, 2018

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This Weapon Could Make the U.S. Army Unstoppable

For two years, the U.S. Army used “Augmented Reality” goggles to train soldiers. Now these stealth weapons are headed into combat — and according to the government, they’re designed to do one thing: “increase lethality.” Read more here »


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