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How can the Department of Defense make the most of these emerging technologies in order to enhance military efforts?

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HDIAC Staff
Posted Date: 08/01/2016

The Navy and the Marine Corps have begun testing wave energy in Hawaii, and Next-Gen batteries are approaching large scale use. How can the Department of Defense make the most of these emerging technologies in order to enhance military efforts?

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is a leader in electrolyte chemistry used to make high energy dense batteries to develop new ways for U.S. land forces to store energy in an operational environment. (Photo Credit: Tom Faulkner, RDECOM)

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