New weapons, war dogs eyed to fight IEDs
from Military Times
The Marine Corps could soon have two new weapons in the fight against improvised explosive devices: remote-control vehicles and improved detector dogs. The ideas are among the military's latest in the ongoing pursuit to protect troops from blast injuries as the U.S. enters its 10th summer of fighting in Afghanistan.
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