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Why the U.S. Military's Unmanned Surface Vehicle Weapons Could Be a Game Changer

Kris Osborn Security, The Pentagon is engineering high-tech, removable Unmanned Surface Vehicle “kits” that could be able to do some amazing thing.  The Pentagon is engineering high-tech, removable Unmanned Surface Vehicle “kits” designed to change amphibious warfare by delivering combat-relevant supplies, firing weapons, swarming enemies, refueling ships, searching for enemy mines and submarines and dispersing attacking forces to minimize risk from enemy fire.
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