BREAKING DEFENSE.COM October 9, 2018 – The Army plans to move at least $25 billion over the next five years from low-priority programs to preparing for major war. That includes developing a wide variety of new weapons, from high-speed aircraft, to partially-robotic armored vehicles, to a long-ranged 6.8 millimeter rifle to replace the venerable M16/M4 family and its controversial 5.56 mm round. [full article]
Next generation infantry weapons will incorporate computer technology previously only available on tanks. [full
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