The ray gun is back in style for military armored combat vehicles: The Mil & Aero video blog

Video blog, 7 March 2011 -- The ray gun has become more than a boyhood fantasy. The Army is quietly working to develop technology with the potential to arm tomorrow's armored combat vehicles with the capability to destroy electronic systems with high-intensity bursts of RF energy. For army combat vehicles, perhaps the death ray is back in style. Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller reports.

The ray gun has become more than a boyhood fantasy. The Army is quietly working to develop technology with the potential to arm tomorrow's armored combat vehicles with the capability to destroy electronic systems with high-intensity bursts of RF energy. For army combat vehicles, perhaps the death ray is back in style. Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller">John Keller reports on some of the latest directed energy weapons research.

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