Set Phasers on "Stun"

Kaelble, Steve
June 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun2005, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p6
Focuses on the products of Anderson, Indiana-based Xtreme Alternative Defense Systems. Development of non-lethal directed-energy weapons; Feature of the weaponry on Discovery Channel's "The Science of Star Wars" special.


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