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June 16, 2016
US Army Hopes to Have Laser Weapons on the Battlefield by 2024
Washington DC (Sputnik) May 17, 2016
With an eye to its future wars, the US military is testing laser weapons, to perfect the latest in energy-based artillery. The Pentagon has been developing laser weapons for years, hoping that the technology can be used to bring down enemy drones, among other things. Last month, the US military took its High Energy Laser Mobile Test Truck (HELMTT) program to a test range at the Fires Center of Excellence Battle Lab at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. "We integrated HELMTT for the first time into an Army ... read more

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