WHAT BECOMES THE PURPOSE OF WAR ?

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WHAT BECOMES THE PURPOSE OF WAR ?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:40 pm

02.09.2018:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

WHAT WAS THE PURPOSE OF WAR AND WARFARE, HISTORICALLY VIEWED THROUGH SEQUENTIAL TIME LINE ANALYSIS ?

WHAT IS THE CURRENT PURPOSE OF WAR AND WARFARE ?

WHAT APPEARS TO BE THE DEVELOPING PURPOSE OF WAR AND WARFARE ?

THE U.S., and CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, ARE AMONG THE MOST LITIGIOUS CULTURES AND SOCIETIES IN THE WORLD.

In Chicago, Illinois there is a phrase:

"MY LAWYER CAN BEAT UP YOUR LAWYER !"

IS WAR AND WARFARE EVOLVING TO: "MY COMPUTER AND ROBOT'S CAN BEAT UP YOUR COMPUTER AND ROBOT'S ?"

In most Legal Matters and Litigation THE LAWYERS ALWAYS MAKE THE MOST MONEY.

In War and Warfare THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL CORPORATIONS, AND THOSE SUPPORTIVE OF, MAKE THE MOST MONEY. (02.09.2018, BB.)

As always, I strongly recommend that you first read, research, and study material completely yourself about a Subject Matter, and then formulate your own Opinions and Theories.

Any additional analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, thoughts, or writings on any aspect of this Subject Matter ?

Bear in mind that we are trying to attract and educate a Whole New Generation of JFK Researchers who may not be as well versed as you.

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.

U.S. ARMY NOW HOLDING DRILLS WITH GROUND ROBOTS THAT SHOOT:

Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 155th Infantry Regiment, Mississippi Army National Guard, provide overwatch in an M113 armored personnel carrier during the battalion’s live fire exercise June 8, 2017, at the National Training Center.

BY PATRICK TUCKER
TECHNOLOGY EDITOR
FEBRUARY 8, 2018

Last year saw a historic first: an exercise in which an unmanned vehicle provided live covering fire for American troops.

In a historic first, the Army conducted a live fire exercise with a remote-controlled ground combat vehicle armed with a .50-caliber machine gun. It plans to conduct more exercises with more heavily armed ground robots within the next couple of years.

The demonstration was part of the annual Northern Strike exercise, which took place last July and August at Michigan’s Camp Grayling. Primarily geared toward reserve units, this year’s event debuted an unmanned, heavily armed M113 armored personnel carrier. The driver and the weapons operator followed behind in a slightly larger M577 command post vehicle.

“The scenario here was a complex breach in a minefield,” Paul Rogers, director of the Army’s Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center, or TARDEC, said at the AUVSI conference on Wednesday. “You had engineer platoons with infantry support going in and putting in bangalore torpedos,” long tubes of explosives used to clear mines, he said. The remotely piloted M113 provided suppressive fire as the engineers worked.

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It’s the first time that the Army has conducted an exercise with a ground robot providing fire. It won’t be the last. Army leaders have asked for more exercises with bigger guns, said Rogers. “We’re figuring out the details of what leadership expects and what we can deliver.” (For more on the Army’s plans for unmanned and autonomous robots, check the strategy they published last year.)

The exercise is an important step in understanding how humans and machines will fight together in close quarters, where fields of fire aren’t always clear as they are for a Reaper drone overhead.

Although it’s the first U.S. Army exercise to pair humans and shooting ground robots, it’s not the first time an armed robot was sent out to work next to troops. Shortly after the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003, troops deployed a mini-tank bot called the SWORDS (short for Special Weapons Observation Reconnaissance Detection System) from weapons maker Foster Miller. By 2007, it was out hunting in the streets, armed with an M249 machine gun. SWORDS was effectively grounded after a series of incidents in which it began to behave unpredictably, swinging its gun in chaotic directions, according to an account of one of the incidents.

Since then, a few armed robots have rolled across the planes of Iraq and Syria. In 2016, two brothers debuted an armed, remotely-control tank bot to take on ISIS. That same year, Russia, too, began to claim that its mini-tank robots were scoring big wins with the Syrian Army. When third-party observers looked at the Russian claims, however, they found that not some of the statements did not add up.

Regardless of how well these garage projects actually perform against ISIS fighters, there’s a big incentive for weapons makers to test them in combat as soon as possible. On the one hand, it helps with marketing the bot. But on a more fundamental level, there’s no substitute for real fighting.
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
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