New Tech: 24th Army Science Conference (ASC 2004) Articles and Pics

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by David Crane
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DefenseReview is going to be publishing articles along with hi-res digital pictures from the 24th Army Science Conference (ASC 2004), this week. These will include pics of a functional electro-magnetic rail gun built by the Institute for Advanced Technology (IAT) at the University of Texas at Austin (and the projectile it fires, which DefenseReview has), the U.S. Army’s Future Force Warrior (FFW) and Future Warrior concepts, the PackBot designed and developed by iRobot, more pics of the Foster-Miller Armed/Weaponized Talon Robot/Special Weapons Observation Reconnaissance Detection System (SWORDS) with FN M249 SAW attached, some UAVs(Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), and perhaps a…

few other goodies.

So, stay tuned. Don’t change that channel.

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