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August 2nd, 2006

Tech Troopers

Abstract:
From impregnable feather-weight armours to hi-tech foldable displays, the future warriors will have it all on the battlefield. The black fabric of the form-fitting suit would be made using advancements in nanotechnology. The uniform’s fabric will also include another technology called shear thickening fluid (STF). Unofficially referred to by some as liquid body armour.

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