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The Navy wants to weaponize your own voice against you
The Navy may have a new non-lethal weapon to play with sooner rather than later.
Feds sought to deploy military ‘heat ray’ against Washington DC protesters, whistleblower says
The Active Denial System uses radio frequency waves "to create a brief intolerable heating sensation on the person's skin at tactically useful ranges," according to the Pentagon
The Marine Corps is working on a Taser shotgun round to down targets more than 100 yards away
The Marine Corps is currently in the process of testing a long-range electroshock weapon that, fired from a 12-gauge shotgun, is designed to incapacitate targets at distances of up 100 yards away
Marines are testing a non-lethal mortar round for crowd control
They may not be deadly, but some of the nonlethal weapons the Marine Corps is working on look pretty devastating
The Army’s New Non-Lethal Weapon Basically Lets Soldiers Shoot Enemies With Hot Sauce
The Army has a new non-lethal weapon to help soldiers in Afghanistan “irritate and deter” potential adversaries with pepper-filled balls, Army...