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January 5th, 2007
Future of U.S. Soldiers Likened to 'Borg Effect'
Soldier's suits will detect biological or chemical threats using nanotechnology. Used in conjunction with robot-planes delivering field data, they will be able to train their super-sized weapons that they are carrying on the enemy.
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