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The Military Power Technology

Military Uses 'Bat-Hook' To Tap Power From Lines 282 282

Zothecula writes "As soldiers are fitted out with more and more electrical sytems to extend their capabilities, they become increasingly dependent on the power needed to run them. Since soldiers in the field don't always have ready access to an electrical outlet when they need to top up the batteries, the US Air Force has developed a device that taps directly into the electricity flowing through overhead power lines ... a kind of bat-hook for real-life superheroes."
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Military Uses 'Bat-Hook' To Tap Power From Lines

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