Army Tests ‘HULC’ Super-Strength Gear

“The Army is moving one small step closer to giving its troops super-strength. Lockheed’s Human Universal Load Carrier exoskeleton is headed to the Army’s Natick Soldier Systems Center for biomechanical testing — and maybe even field trials, eventually… It uses robotic leg braces to augment troops’ muscles, giving them the ability to carry loads of up to 200 pounds without tuckering out.”

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