Brave New World

Biass, Eric H.; Keggler, Johnny
October 2004
Armada International;Oct/Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p49
Examines trends in military defense based on events at the Eurosatory 2004 exhibition. Information on a synthetic image film of a land war scenario presented by Thales; Background on the soldier programme Felin from France; Response of the U.S. Army to the non-line-of-sight missiles from Raytheon; Popularity of remote sensors and remotely piloted vehicles in defense exhibitions. INSETS: Taking a Peek Safely;The multi Faceted MPRS;Skyranger Convoy Protector;Hermes Strike


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