Weapons of the Future

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    The Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV) and an Unmanned Aerial Vehile (UAV).

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    The T-Hawk MAV has the ability to take off and land vertically and can fly more than 40 minutes. The circular vehicle, weighing 17 pounds and 14 inches in diameter, can fly down to inspect hazardous areas for threats without exposing warfighters to enemy fire.

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    The BAT -- a top down, hit-to-kill terminal profile is prosecuted toward a selected vulnerable region of the targeted vehicle. On impact, the tandem conventional shaped-charge warhead is detonated, assuring an M, F, or K-kill and collectively (with the other dispensed BATs) securing delay, disruption or destruction of the targeted enemy unit.

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    F-22 Raptor.

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