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In a couple years, soldiers in Strykers can learn enemy locations before exiting the vehicles

In a couple years, soldiers in Strykers can learn enemy locations before exiting the vehicles
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The Stryker armored vehicle hatch dropped. Soldiers scrambled out, aiming immediately at enemy positions as they dismounted.

In the future, soldiers sealed inside Strykers will know where their objective and enemy soldiers are located via virtual pins dropped by other soldiers on mobile devices strapped to their chest. At this demonstration at Aberdeen Proving Ground last month the Stryker teams entered the fight and traversed the battlefield on the way to a mock Islamic State group weapons cache while their locations pinged to soldiers and vehicles across the Stryker brigade.

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