We don't need that in NZ. That's what our rugby teams are like anyway, especially the Polynesian young fullas.Here is an interesting article about exoskeleton development. Even Ripley would be impressed.
SOCOM Tests Sarcos Exoskeleton (No, It Isn’t ‘Iron Man’)
The more I hear about ramjet and scramjet the more I like and the more I worry. If the extensions of range and precision are accurate, even a small high quality force can reach out over a massive area.
Yep, nightmare stuff for defenders and ramjet and scramjet powered missiles launched by airborne and naval assets really extend that range.The more I hear about ramjet and scramjet the more I like and the more I worry. If the extensions of range and precision are accurate, even a small high quality force can reach out over a massive area.
I imagine China will focus a great deal on this as it seeks to push outwards to the Second Island Chain.
Not really Star Wars more Robocop. Even kinda looks itInteresting article on augmented reality for the common soldier. It's pros and cons. Something that you see on Star Wars now becoming reality.
Technical advancements bring us new options and abilities, and they increase mission success. But as with all uncharted territory, they also bring surprises and unanticipated outfalls.www.c4isrnet.com
Seems like it's aimed at the low cost high maneuverability of some ASEAN, south American, and African nations. Otherwise I cannot think of any reason to develop an L45-based system.The youngest sister of the ShKH vz. 77 DANA and ZUZANA wheeled self-propelled howitzers.
It looks much more compact with the new low profile turret.
Czech defense contractor EXCALIBUR ARMY officially unveiled DITA self-propelled howitzer. The 155 mm DITA self-propelled 45 caliber howitzer is a new modern artillery weapon using ...militaryleak.com