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Military.com Special: Gulf War 2.0


"Over radio, just finding where everybody was used to take 75 percent of the time."
-- Lt. Col. Dan Baggio, U.S. Army 3rd Corps

In technology development, ten years is the equivalent of several lifetimes. Should the U.S. go to war in Iraq for the first time since 1991, the Iraqi forces will be confronted with major advances in systems and weaponry.

Below are some of the innovations and improvements the U.S. military has instituted in the past decade -- changes that could be the deciding factor in mounting a swift, decisive strategy against Iraq, with minimum casualties. Meet the new tech weapons of today's battlefields.

"The important secret of war is to make oneself master of the communications." - Napoleon

Improved tech and communications brings improved surveillance -- robots and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) equipped with the latest tracking equipment.

With the latest precision-guided munitions and sophisticated airborne ships, The U.S. military can do more damage with less.

Improved tracking devices, weapons, and protective devices are combining to create a true "Army of One."

Some of the biggest battles don't involve guns or bombs -- they depend on breaking the psychological will of your opponent, or winning over your opponent's population.



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