The Army’s 350-pound MAARS (Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System) mobile robots, each carrying an M240B medium machine gun, are ready for deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are remotely controlled by human operators and are not autonomous.
The Army’s 350-pound MAARS (Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System) mobile robots, each carrying an M240B medium machine gun, are ready for deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are remotely controlled by human operators and are not autonomous.
The Army’s 350-pound MAARS (Modular Advanced Armed Robotic System) mobile robots, each carrying an M240B medium machine gun, are ready for deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are remotely controlled by human operators and are not autonomous.

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