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October 18th, 2005

Russian army to adopt new-generation communications system

Abstract:
"We cannot afford to stand still today," Colonel General Yevgeny Karpov said. "The existing communications system should be changed into a digital one, and we could eventually switch to nanotechnology."

(Ed.'s note: Huh? Appears that the writer forgot to elaborate on the nanotech connection, leaving readers to wonder what the General meant.)

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