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April 27th, 2007
The defense sector is focused on developing so-called "leap-ahead" technology that offers vast superiority against foes.
Stealth technology that lets planes and ships evade enemy radar will shape future weapons systems. Nanotechnology that makes computer and electronic systems ever smaller are another priority. The military is also looking at new laser- and space-based systems.
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