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Augmented reality soon possible for MK-19 training

Setting up a range day for training on the MK-19 grenade launcher is no easy task. Researchers at the Army Research Laboratory-Orlando have an idea about how to change that, however, through the use of augmented reality. To train on the MK-19 with real grenades “range cadre have to be available,” said Dean Reed, a
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