The future Army infantry weapons

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This week’s issue of the Army Times features two good stories covering the XM8/XM29 and XM312 programs:

The OICW, now designated as the XM29, has been completely overhauled with an entirely new development and acquisition plan.
The XM312, a .50 caliber heavy machine-gun born from the advanced XM307, is now set to replace the venerable "Ma Deuce" that has served over 70 years, earlier than it would take for the XM307 to complete testing and enter service.

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