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  1. Raytheon to develop UAV-killing laser weapon small enough to fit on Joint Light Tactical Vehicle

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    Fri, 15 Aug 2014

  2. Navy announces plan to deploy laser weapon aboard amphibious assault ship late this summer

    ARLINGTON, Va., 8 April 2014. U.S. Navy leaders plan to deploy the service's first laser weapon aboard a surface warship later this summer, say officials of the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Arlington, Va.

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    Tue, 8 Apr 2014

  3. Navy to ask industry to develop laser weapon prototype for deployment on helicopters

    RIDGECREST, Calif., 29 July 2014. U.S. Navy airborne weapons experts are ready to kick off a program to develop a high-energy laser weapon for manned and unmanned helicopters to perform a variety of military operations at sea.

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    Tue, 29 Jul 2014

  4. Boeing moves closer to developing mobile laser weapon

    ST. LOUIS, 19 Aug. 2008. Engineers at Boeing Missile Defense Systems in St. Louis are moving closer to developing truck-mounted mobile laser weapons and laser weapon sight to destroy rockets, artillery shells and mortar rounds.

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    Tue, 19 Aug 2008

  5. Think laser weapons are the stuff of fantasy? Next summer will see first Navy deployment

    THE MIL & AERO BLOG, 8 April 2014. I remember when laser weapons were the stuff of cartoons and comic books ... except that as kids we used to call them "death rays," "disintegrator rays," or just "ray guns."

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    Tue, 8 Apr 2014

  6. DOD researchers look to Lockheed Martin and Raytheon to develop high-power laser weapons technology

    U.S. military laser weapons researchers are asking two major U.S. defense contractors to develop electrically driven high-power laser technology for future generations of laser weapon systems.

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    Sun, 1 Aug 2010

  7. Lockheed Martin and Raytheon to develop high-power laser technology for future military laser weapons

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala., 8 July 2010. U.S. military laser weapons researchers are asking two major U.S. defense contractors to develop electrically driven high-power laser technology for future generations of laser weapon systems. The contracts call for Lockheed Martin and Raytheon to capitalize on high ...

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    Wed, 7 Jul 2010

  8. Lockheed Martin and Raytheon to develop high-power laser technology for future military laser weapons

    Military laser weapons researchers are asking two major U.S. defense contractors to develop electrically driven high-power laser technology for future generations of laser weapon systems.

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    Wed, 1 Sep 2010

  9. Lockheed Martin tests laser weapons to protect aircraft from enemy fighters and missiles

    Aircraft laser weapons experts at the Lockheed Martin Corp. Space Systems segment in Sunnyvale, Calif., are conducting tests to validate the airworthiness of a prototype high-energy laser tail gun intended to protect combat aircraft from attacks from the rear.

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    Fri, 19 Dec 2014

  10. Laser weapons , recycling vetronics technology, and embedded cyber security this week on Rapid Fire

    NASHUA, N.H., 20 Aug. 2014. Fast, maneuverable laser weapons , recycling combat vehicle technologies for the next generation, and protecting embedded systems from cyber attack highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

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    Wed, 20 Aug 2014

  11. Aircraft laser weapon defenses

    Lockheed Martin is flight-testing laser weapons to help defend military aircraft from enemy fighters and missiles. For more see Lockheed Martin tests laser tail gun technology to protect aircraft from enemy fighters and missiles Click here for more Military and Aerospace Headlines

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    Fri, 19 Dec 2014

  12. Wanted: companies able to design beam controllers for future high-energy laser weapon

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala., 12 Aug. 2013. U.S. Army laser weapons experts are surveying industry to find companies able to design a beam controller for a future truck-mounted 50-to-100-kilowatt high-energy laser able to shoot down enemy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), rockets, artillery rounds, and mortars.

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    Mon, 12 Aug 2013

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