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Navy says: We’re 4 Years Away From Laser Guns on Ships.
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Pew! Pew! Pew!
Bill B
Freakin' sharks in 6 years :)
Ha, probably means they have had them for a couple years now.
Honey, can I borrow your mirror for a second.
They've actually been using them during merchant patrols to fight pirates. These ones arent exactly star wars but pointing them at all hull for a period of time will bore a hole.
Now they just need to mount the frickin' laser beams on some frickin' sharks.
More like a laser pointer.
Yes, fire lasers at the shiny, reflective objects. I'm sure that will end splendidly.
The navy now has the X-47B. It's their latest fighter/drone that is fully automated, no pilot, remote or otherwise!

"....Navy officials and military developers are beaming with smiles of success for they are the proud papas of the newest military marvel: a robotic jet fighter. The X-47B, built by Northrop Grumman, completed its first successful test flight on February 4th at Edwards Air Force Base in California without the assistance of an onboard or remote human pilot. It’s all automated."
You are 4 light years away from that ship? LoL!
You fired at that ship 4 years ago and now it gets burnt.
Ok, I don't think that's what they were saying!!!!!!
Forget the ships, we want them on sharks.
but that boat is only an ordinary ship...?
now would they make such a news public?? Don't we lose the competitive advantage by doing so? don't we initiate the competitors to try to steal or even develop the technology??
Which means they've already existed for at least a decade.
the should be attached to more lasers so that they lock on target..

and forget the sharks, i want this surgically plastered to my face. when can i get THAT?
que feto tio... se lo digo a dakota parsons ....
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