British Army Tests Directed Energy Weapons

The British Army recently tested an advanced mobile-directed energy system as part of Project Ealing.

This innovative project utilises radio frequencies to disrupt circuits, offering a solution to counter unmanned aerial threats. Additionally, there are ongoing plans to deploy laser weapons by 2027, constituting a significant milestone for the British army in military technology.

Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs), such as those being tested in Project Ealing, can revolutionise warfare by providing precise targeting capabilities while reducing the risk of collateral damage.

These systems are powered by electricity instead of traditional ammunition, providing enhanced endurance and flexibility for frontline operators.

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