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The Army Has a New Way to Take on Russia or China in a Ground Fight

Kris Osborn Security, And its pretty slick.  “Our recent conflicts against less sophisticated threats allowed for more open-hatch operations. A commander would be up out of the hatch using his own senses. Operations against a near-peer using artillery, drones and other sophisticated weapons would likely be more closed-hatched operations. This technology will enable him to have more capability in closed-hatched scenarios,” Klager said.
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