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Slideshow: Next Generation Defense Technologies

DARPA develops leading edge technologies for use in national security and defense from quadruped robots that trek through remote terrain to small satellite modules for use in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance.
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The Hummingbird is designed to fly 2,500 nautical miles at a speed of 140 knots and altitude of up to 30,000 feet. In addition to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, potential uses include target acquisition, communications relay, re-supply, or serving as a weapons platform. (Image: DARPA)

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