The military masterminds at DARPA have just changed everything you think you know about bullets. Meet the Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance, or EXACTO, a .50 caliber bullet that maneuvers itself midair to stay locked on target. Here's footage of the first live test: it sure as hell looks like the technology works.
These may look like typical landscape photographs, but hidden inside each one is a sniper with a gun pointed at the camera lens.
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In World War 2's European theater, women were often as brutal a soldier as their better-known male counterparts, if not more. This was especially so in the war-torn Soviet Union, Poland and within the notorious German S.S.
A retired Navy Seal fired a .50 caliber round from a Barrett M82A1. His target? An iPhone. I can only hope the guy camps outside my neighborhood hipster-laden Starbucks and POW—right in the Face(Time). [Telegraph] UPDATE
How do you make sniper target practice more helpful and more fun? By shooting at Segway robots, of course.
The EXACTO (EXtreme ACcuracy Tasked Ordnance) rifle will conceivably be able to fire accurately at far longer distances than are possible now by combating weather with self-guiding bullets. Yes, you read that right.
Not to be flip, but pretty soon NATO is going to be walking into battle zones in AT-ATs. This sniper detection system is just incredible. It's an array of microphones aimed in different directions that can pick up and triangulate the location of sniper fire even in noisy locations. They're currently testing them on…