Army marches into Afghanistan with most-high tech infantry unit
The 2nd Division of the Army’s 5th Brigade will march into Afghanistan with the most sophisticated infantary equipment yet. This will include various GPS communication modules, wearable computers and electronic maps that collectively weigh eight pounds. This is part of the Land Warrior program that will deploy troops clean away the rest of the scum that’s filling the terrorized nation. Though the equipment comes as a refuge to the troops who initially had to purchase their own walkie-talkies to communicate with one another, it seems to be unnecessary in this scenario. In fact, troops could really use this equipment in larger scenarios like battlefields in Iraq. The operation in Afghanistan is in villages that are closely cramped together, thus making it quite unnecessary for troops to sport such highly sophisticated location tracking equipment.
The wearable military setup is the result of a 15 year plus program initiated by the army that took a long time to be realized. Finally we have some future cops in the making, and this time it’s for real.