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Jake Curtis
Just need a full bullet proof and blast proof armour around the whole skeleton, ir and night vision helmet with increased vision distance.
Tyler Hardy
The way it lands? That's a crash... Not a landing.
They don't let film crews into "top secret" labs
Come on darpa 💯👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👌🏼wow 💯
Science lover
That awesome the robot suit if they attach a mechine gun omg and a hover jet iron man is real omg viture map if army plays army video game of the maps they know every spot
What was your most embarrassing childhood moment?

How did you make this spaghetti so good??

What is your favourite cereal brand?
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Feel sorry for Steve!
John ibok
I am wondering the following: EVERYTHING doesNOT wants GREEKS or HELLENIQS..IF so why you hate everything that comes from HELLENIQ MIND????
Latin Ancap
The exoskeleton kinda reminds me of the power loader from Aliens.
As much as I am for high tech defense manufacturers and mechanisms, why is it that someone or some news corp always feels the need to expose every 'secret' service or support group? It would be better if it remained secret, or at least not advertise it as though it were some corner store debuting a giant sale.
Felix Purvis
Those fins are stupid you would think being DARPA to come up with something better like thrusters on each leg that would be way better and more efficient
Dota 2 Pudge Community
did Eksoskeleton counter E.M.P attack?
There's a lot of fucking communists in this comment section.
Rodolfo Capula
Why don't they just go to wakanda and get all the technology they need 😂😂
ღ Kurisu-San ღ
omg the usa is making a cod ripoff lol
Aniis Jeebun
What if they had nothing of the sorts.. And just a montage to show off but reality is completely different??
Jane Doe
Darpa just an idea if you read this, remote controlled miniature blackholes just big enough and with enough energy to swallow nuclear threats. Before self collapsing, we know how to make blackholes you just gotta figure the rest. It will make the usa unstoppable by nullifying enemy nuke attacks radiation and all. Further research should be considered to cleansing atmos sphere of fallout to bring us swiftly out of a nuclear winter should it happen. Anyway if u think it could work run with it.
Hubert Hubert
US Army 600Billion $ per year. All $ doesn't represent Work orcGoods, but is created out of thin air, it's debt. Debt wich rise your cost of living,
Kurt Lee
Love the drone
Robert MacKinnon
"For US forces, it's a dangerous world out there" Is that so? We can bomb people from miles away, leaving them no chance at fighting back. Also, you're more likely to die in highway construction.
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WORST NIGHTMARE for Russian military!!! Worlds MOST FEARED DARPA 2 days ago   03:16

The US military Rail Gun program is expected to start sea trials in 2016 the worst nightmare of the Russian military may be deployed in the near future. A railgun is an electrically powered electromagnetic projectile launcher based on similar principles to the homopolar motor. A railgun comprises a pair of parallel conducting rails, along which a sliding armature is accelerated by the electromagnetic effects of a current that flows down one rail, into the armature and then back along the other rail.[2]

Railguns are being researched as a weapon with a projectile that would use neither explosives nor propellant, but rather rely on electromagnetic forces to achieve a very high kinetic energy. While current kinetic energy penetrators such as an armour-piercing fin-stabilized discarding-sabot can achieve a muzzle velocity on the order of Mach 5, railguns can potentially exceed Mach 10, and thus far exceed conventionally delivered munitions in range and destructive force, with the absence of explosives to store and handle as an additional advantage. Railguns have long existed as experimental technology but the mass, size and cost of the required power supplies have prevented railguns from becoming practical military weapons. However, in recent years, significant efforts have been made towards their development as feasible military technology. For example, in the late 2000s, the U.S. Navy tested a railgun that accelerates a 3.2 kg (7 pound) projectile to hypersonic velocities of approximately 2.4 kilometres per second (8,600 km/h), about Mach 7.[3] They gave the project the Latin motto "Velocitas Eradico", Latin for "I, [who am] speed, eradicate" (in the vernacular usage, "Speed Kills".)

In addition to military applications, NASA has proposed to use a railgun from a high-altitude aircraft to fire a small payload into orbit;[4] however, the extreme g-forces involved would necessarily restrict the usage to only the sturdiest of payloads.

In its simplest (and most commonly used) form, the railgun differs from a traditional electric motor [5] in that no use is made of additional field windings (or permanent magnets). This basic configuration is formed by a single loop of current and thus requires high currents (e.g. of order 106 ampere) to produce sufficient accelerations (and muzzle velocities). A relatively common variant of this configuration is the augmented railgun in which the driving current is channelled through additional pairs of parallel conductors, arranged to increase ("augment") the magnetic field experienced by the moving armature.[6] These arrangements reduce the current required for a given acceleration. In electric motor terminology, augmented railguns are usually series-wound configurations.

The armature may be an integral part of the projectile, but it may also be configured to accelerate a separate, electrically isolated or non-conducting projectile. Solid, metallic sliding conductors are often the preferred form of railgun armature but "plasma" or "hybrid" armatures can also be used.[7] A plasma armature is formed by an arc of ionised gas that is used to push a solid, non-conducting payload in a similar manner to the propellant gas pressure in a conventional gun. A hybrid armature uses a pair of "plasma" contacts to interface a metallic armature to the gun rails. Solid armatures may also "transition" into hybrid armatures, typically after a particular velocity threshold is exceeded.

A railgun requires a pulsed, direct current power supply.[8] For potential military applications, railguns are usually of interest because they can achieve much greater muzzle velocities than guns powered by conventional chemical propellants. Increased muzzle velocities can convey the benefits of increased firing ranges while, in terms of target effects, increased terminal velocities can allow the use of kinetic energy rounds as replacements for explosive shells. Therefore, typical military railgun designs aim for muzzle velocities in the range of 2000–3500 m/s with muzzle energies of 5–50 MJ. For comparison, 50MJ is equivalent to the kinetic energy of a school bus weighing 5 metric tons, travelling at 509 km/h (316 mph).[9] For single loop railguns, these mission requirements require launch currents of a few million amperes, so a typical railgun power supply might be designed to deliver a launch current of 5 MA for a few milliseconds. As the magnetic field strengths required for such launches will typically be approximately 10 tesla, most contemporary railgun designs are effectively "air-cored", i.e. they do not use ferromagnetic materials such as iron to enhance the magnetic flux.

It may be noted that railgun velocities generally fall within the range of those achievable by two-stage light-gas guns; however, the latter are generally only considered to be suitable for laboratory use while railguns are judged to offer some potential prospects for development as military weapons.

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