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Discussion in 'Modelling' started by Locke, Mar 11, 2001.

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  1. Locke

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    The next generation tanks are already being designed.
     
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    I read in a science magazine that by bypassing the idea of bulky tanks they will be able to make more manuverable tanks with new capabilites.
     
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    By having multiple components controlled by a central unit, it will allow specific types of units to attack different types of enemy targets.
     
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    Some technological advancements will need to be made.
     
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    By using holographic technology they will be able to use diversions to make up for their semi-weak armor.
     
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    By using robotic scouts they will be able to judge the enemy and terrain.
     
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    If they could develop laser weapons, that would be extremely successful.
     
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    Sorry, post inflation is not what this forum is for. Keep this up and your IP address will be banned.

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