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Scientifically, it's the marriage of directed energy and kinetic energy weapon systems.
Moreover, kinetic energy weapons are not necessarily lethal (for example, a rubber bullet).
Other possibilities include new types of chemical weapons and so-called kinetic energy weapons - low-powered guns which fire rubber bullets or bean bags.
At DARPA's Tactical Technology Office, Meth's program responsibilities included research and development in advanced directed and kinetic energy weapon technology, femtosecond ultrashort pulse laser technology, counterterrorism, counter MANPADS, mitigation of enhanced particle belts, and classified military space programs, which enable the U.
Missile Defense Agency's Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) weapon system on Friday successfully intercepted a target vehicle with a defensive kinetic energy weapon -- or "kill vehicle" -- in a test flight.
Missile Defense Agency's Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) weapon system today successfully intercepted a target vehicle with a defensive kinetic energy weapon -- or "kill vehicle" -- in a test flight.
Army Evaluation Center at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, instrumented the structure to measure impact and blast effects of the kinetic energy weapon.
The XM8 will be based on the kinetic energy weapon that is part of the XM29 next-generation infantry weapon system (formerly the Objective Individual Combat Weapon) currently under development by ATK Integrated Defense.