Marines experiment with gun-wielding robots (VIDEO)

The United States Marines Corps are working on a way to save soldiers’ lives and tapping into technology to help them reach their goals.

The Corps are in the process of testing a gun-wielding remote controlled robot, more appropriately the “multi-utility tactical transport” or MUTT. Currently, the MUTT is controlled via tablet and joystick, but the future may hold an autonomous version.

Other techie tricks on the horizon include speedboats that transform into submarines and drones that drop MREs – and presumably other supplies – to soldiers below.

[ Fox News ]

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