Australia’s Defense Agency is Using Cutting-Edge Tech to Make Superhuman Soldiers

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The country’s Defence Science and Technology government group has unveiled its plans for 2035 “next generation” army personnel that cannot be seen or hurt.

The future is here and it is superhuman! Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Group (DST), the “Government’s lead agency charged with applying science and technology to protect and defend Australia and its national interests,” has unveiled its plans for its “next generation” of soldiers looking towards 2035 and they are nothing short of spectacular.

The team of government researchers has combined the most significant advances in materials science, sensor technologies, and autonomous systems to create army personnel that can’t be seen, can’t’ be hurt and may not even have to be put in dangerous situations. “The classic

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