3 US Army soldiers killed during training at Fort Stewart, officials say
Three U.S. Army soldiers were killed during training at Fort Stewart in Georgia, according to officials. © U.S. Army A Bradley Fighting Vehicle during a training session at Fort Stewart in Georgia, Sept. 25, 2019. The soldiers, part of the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, were pronounced dead on the scene after the Bradley Fighting Vehicle they were riding in was involved in an accident early Sunday morning, Patrick Husted, division public affairs officer, said in a news release.Another three soldiers were injured and evacuated to the Winn Army Community Hospital for treatment.
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- The U.S. Army what could be available by 2050.
- The tech includes electronically super hearing, muscular control, and telepathic transfer of data.
- The Army fully expects to equip soldiers with such technologies, but what about the society that invents them?
The U.S. Army believes that a range of technologies could be available by 2050 that would effectively turn the average soldier into a cybernetically enhanced super soldier. A recent Department of Defense study predicted that enhanced vision, enhanced hearing, musculature control, and what amounts to telepathy would all become possible within 30 years, given the current pace of technological development.
3 Army soldiers killed in training accident ID'd
Fort Stewart officials said the soldiers' vehicle rolled off a bridge and become submerged upside down in a stream. Officials would not say how the vehicle fell off the bridge. “Our family is heartbroken at the news of this tragic accident at Ft. Stewart,” Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said in a statement Sunday. “Our prayers are with the families of those who passed and those undergoing treatment for their injuries.” The cause of the accident is still under investigation by the 3rd Infantry Division and a team from the U.S.
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The report,, gives a hint of what the Department of Defense forecasts for soldiers in the next 30 years. The U.S. Army’s Mad Scientist Blog highlights the executive summary. The report highlighted four specific technologies:
“Ocular enhancements, to imaging, sight, and situational awareness.”
Currently U.S. soldiers use bulky, relatively heavy night vision goggles to see in the dark. One possibility is thewith the same capability, perhaps even with a digital zoom that uses augmented reality to project critical data (enemy and friendly positions, routes, etc.) onto the wearer’s field of view.
Austrian army says soldier mauled to death by service dogs
The Austrian army says a 31-year-old soldier appears to have been killed by two service dogs he was tasked with feeding. The army said an officer spotted the two Belgian Shepherd dogs running loose at the barracks south of Vienna early Thursday. The fatally injured staff sergeant was subsequently found inside the dogs’ kennel.An investigation has been launched into the cause of the attack.Austrian public broadcaster ORF quoted a Defense Ministry spokesman saying one of the dogs was an fully trained service dog while the second, aged about six months, was about to undergo training.
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“Restoration and programmed muscular control through an optogenetic bodysuit.”
A restorative suit could rejuvenate tired muscles, refreshing physically tired soldiers faster.
“Auditory enhancement for communication and protection.”
Hearing is critical on the battlefield, and currently soldiers wear noise-cancelling ear protection to screen out the din of weapons. The ear protection is relatively bulky though, and a much smaller, compact headset would be very useful.
“Direct neural enhancement of the human brain for two-way data transfer.”
This is the big one. Telepathy between human soldiers would be revolutionary, as the paper writes, allowing soldiers to instantly share information across the battlefield without the use of communications devices.
Technological feasibility may not be the only issue that determines when and how soldiers receive such gear. Super sight, super muscles, super hearing, and telepathy could have profound implications on the broader society, implications that could slow down or speed up the military’s adoption. Telepathy, the holy grail of interpersonal communications for centuries, also will probably not come cheap, initially restricting its use to special operations forces.
Brazil: Police and army operations kill 13 people in Rio
4,200 soldiers entered the city's favela complexes on Monday during a military intervention to combat drug trafficking.
At least 11 suspected members of drug gangs and two military members were killed on Monday, August 20 in favelas and a suburb of Rio during large-scale operations of Brazilian security forces in which the army played a major role.
The military command in charge of security reported the death of five people during an intervention of his forces in a complex of favelas, whileof six members of alleged gangs, following a chase in Niteroi, city located opposite Rio.
A soldier died of "firearm-related injuries," the command added, the first death in the army since he was in charge of security operations in Rio in February.
The pursuit race, in rush hour near one of the largest bridges leading to Rio, caused chaos in the traffic.
A bus was also set on fire in Alemao after a brief demonstration, an AFP photographer said.4 200 soldiers mobilized
"There could be more deaths," said the command, referring to the operation at dawn in the favelas of Alemao and Penha.
Some 4,200 soldiers, supported by armored vehicles and planes, have entered the favela complexes, areas of very poor housing controlled by heavily armed drug traffickers.
Soldiers raised gang barriers and controlled vehicles and residents. In addition, they "distributed leaflets asking people to cooperate," the military command said in its statement.
The army was in charge of security in Rio de Janeiro six months ago due to the multiplication of violence and the inefficiency of the police to fight drug gangs.
Suspected Islamists kill 25 soldiers in Niger: government statement .
Suspected Islamist militants killed 25 soldiers and wounded six others in an attack on an army outpost in west Niger near its border with Mali on Thursday, the government said in a statement. TOPSHOT - Soldiers stand guard at sunset as France's President and Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou (unseen) take part in a military ceremony at the Martyr Quarter on December 22, 2019, in Niamey, to pay homage to 71 Nigerien soldiers massacred in an attack on December 10 at the Inates military camp in the Sahel country's western Tillaberi region.