Military technology

The family of Carrie Parsons argue that AR-15-style weapons are “thinly disguised” machine guns that the manufacturers knew could be easily modified.
A veteran of selling condos, steaks, vodka, ties and "university" degrees now openly hawks U.S. military hardware.
Drones have their place, and in future wars might even become instrumental in massive assaults on enemy positions. Even so, a measured use of this technology should be the guiding rule by which a democracy abides.
There's a standard response to skeptics of the killer flying robots known as drones that goes something like this: Every
Are they helping us to win wars, or are they essentially prolonging wars that are ultimately unwinnable? So far, it appears that drones aren't decisive. They're merely instrumental. They're instrumental in keeping us in a losing cause.
If the U.S. government selected 10 technology-based small businesses and gave each one $25 million, we could build the proper infrastructure to solve ten of the biggest problems facing our country today.
Among the items purchased were infra-red flags used by U.S. military forces to help identify friendly soldiers during nighttime