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6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented 0

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is implementing secret projects, creating super weapons for the military.

1. Super accurate specialized bullets

Leading the way is the EXACTO (Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordinance) project, or bullets that automatically change direction of flight to detect targets, including hidden targets and in bad weather.

This is a 50 mm bullet that is self-orienting and changes its trajectory.

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

Super accurate specialized bullets.

The operating principle of this projectile is similar to laser-guided bombs used in the war on terrorism.

Not long ago, DARPA successfully tested this type of ammunition at a range of nearly 2km.

After testing, it was shown that the bullets have the ability to orient themselves to the target in a way that sniper guns cannot, overcoming the disadvantages of traditional bullets that are often missed due to bad weather conditions, even by humans.

2. ALASA program

ALASA (Airborne Launch Assist Space Access) program to launch satellites into space from fighter jets to save costs.

Specifically, putting satellites weighing about 45kg into low Earth orbit (LEO) within 24 hours from an air force fighter aircraft like the F-15.

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

ALASA program.

The cost of each launch is no more than 1 million USD.

3. Unmanned submarine hunter

ACTUV (Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vehicle), is capable of continuously and automatically tracking enemy submarines.

The military calls this the `otter` of the US Navy.

The ship uses diesel-electric engines so it has extremely low noise levels, and due to limited use of ultrasound waves, the risk of pollution to the marine ecosystem is negligible.

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

Unmanned submarine hunter.

4. IVN project

IVN (In Vivo Nanoplatforms) is currently being thoroughly implemented by DARPA, however because there is very little published information, public opinion does not understand much about the project.

The goal of the project is to help injured soldiers participating in combat on the battlefield be able to bandage and provide first aid before being taken to the front hospital. The project uses microscopic nanoparticles that swim in the body and evaluates them.

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

IVN project.

5. Doll robot

The Robotics Challenge project is currently being urgently carried out by DARPA, to produce self-propelled robots with strong endurance, able to operate in dangerous environments such as toxic, too hot, too cold,

Moreover, this type of robot is also capable of cleaning toxic waste or working in dangerous places that humans cannot get close to.

6 super US military projects are being secretly implemented

Doll robot.

Typically, there is the Cheetah 4-legged robot line capable of operating at speeds of 46 km/h or BigDog or LS3 which are designed to carry a lot of equipment and weapons and move on many types of complex terrain, including ice.

With the Robotics Challenge, DARPA will search for and produce perfect, intelligent humanoid robot models that can perform difficult tasks that the US military is currently facing.

6. Super spy satellite

Named MOIRE ‘Membrane Optic Imager Real-Time Exploitation’ (roughly translated: Super spy satellite project), helps the US monitor about 40% of the Earth’s surface area, creating extremely sharp, far-reaching video images.

At the same time, it can `peek` at the Earth and monitor all targets that the US needs to monitor on the ground.

In the project, DARPA will use a special large-diameter lens installed in the front, capable of monitoring the Earth’s surface area at the same time, and focusing analysis on a certain location if necessary.

Super spy satellite.

MOIRE’s lens is very large, with a wavy soft optical film structure, 66-foot (20,116 m) wide in diameter, capable of clearly seeing objects as large as 1 meter at a distance of 22,000 miles (over 35,000 km), twice as large.

This is a versatile thin polymer film similar to satellite spy camera lenses, but is super light and can be launched into geostationary Earth orbit (GEO) at extremely low cost.

According to Ngoc Anh/Thrillist.com

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