Friday, 11 October 2013

US Army to make REAL 'Iron Man' armour suit that gives troops superhuman strength


























Tactical assault light operator suit (talos) that heals wounds and is also bulletproof, could be available for soldiers by 2016, claim military bosses. US Army chiefs are developing an Iron Man-style suit to give troops 'superhuman strength'.

When made, the tactical assault light operator suit (talos) is set to be bulletproof and give the wearer enhanced strength.

Scientists want the suit to incorporate some kind of weapon along with a display giving information about the soldier's surroundings and vital signs.

Last but not least, the suit should be able to heal wounds by temporarily stopping bleeding.

Lt Col Karl Borjes, a science adviser at the US Army's research, development and engineering command described the technology as a 'combat armour suit'.

He said: "The requirement is a comprehensive family of systems in a combat armour suit where we bring together an exoskeleton with innovative armour, displays for power monitoring, health monitoring, and integrating a weapon into that."  Read More HERE 


WELL THE MILITARY HAS CERTAINLY CHANGED SINCE MY DAY , I CANT SEE THE BRITISH M.O.D. SIGNING UP ANY TIME SOON.