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At the end of this short vid, Chechens celebrate what appears to be
some sort of directed energy weapon in the sky. (At 7 minute mark.)
A bright flashlight is a directed energy weapon.
This info is about microwave and laser systems.
From the U.S. Government Accountability Office
Apr 17, 2023
Directed Energy Weapons: DOD Should Focus on Transition Planning
Highlights Page (1 page pdf)
Northrop Grumman Laser Weapon System Completes Deployment on USS Portland
Directed Energy Weapons Top Companies
Lockheed Martin Corporation.
The Boeing Company.
Raytheon Technologies Corporation.
"There's no direct definition for what's the difference between a
high-power microwave directed-energy weapon and a radar, but we've
tempted to basically have a dividing point of that,"
"The most important thing to remember about high-power microwave and
directed-energy weapons is that they can attack targets with and without
intentional antennas and receivers,"
The Attachment is a 3 page Congressional Report -- Defense Primer:
Given the strengths and weaknesses of DE weapons, DOD
is continuing to examine their role within the military. DOD
is additionally conducting multiple utility studies to analyze
potential concepts of operation for DE weapons and to
assess the scenarios in which they might be militarily
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