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U.S. Army Wants Smart Optics for Infantry Squads

LAS VEGAS -- The U.S. Army is considering buying smart optics for infantry squads, sources said. The service is drafting a requirement for a squad fire-control system designed around a common weapon optic, a technology that would link all of the squad members' optics together, according to a source who agreed to discuss the effort on background. The technology would allow a squad leader to put a digital tag on a target, and the rest of the squad would be able to see the tag when they looked through their optics,... more


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