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The Army is testing a piece of SOCOM’s ‘Iron Man’ suit for its next-generation squad weapon
The system is designed to enhance soldier's aim by stabilizing their weapon's barrel against unnecessary movement.
This smart-soldier gear may succeed where SOCOM’s ‘Iron Man’ suit failed
U.S. Special Operations Command wants to equip small teams of operators with advanced smart-soldier gear to stay connected with intel assets anywhere in the world — even if they have to tap into commercial phone networks
A literal run-down of everything you missed amid Washington’s impeachment frenzy
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SOCOM’s ‘Iron Man’ suit may be dead, but its futuristic tech may end up in an armory near you
U.S. military officials may have abandoned their dreams of a powered armor straight out of Starship Troopers, but the futuristic components of America's first prototype combat exoskeleton could eventually end up on the arsenals of both U.S. special operations forces and conventional troops
SOCOM is field testing lightweight body armor originally developed for its ‘Iron Man’ suit
U.S. special operations forces are currently field testing a lightweight combat armor designed to cover more of an operator's body than previous protective gear