The military will receive panties with healing properties of electricity




Soldier linen in the army has always received great attention. So, in the framework of the newest project “DARPA”, soldier's underwear was created, which will be able to conduct continuous monitoring of the soldier's state of health, to be as comfortable as possible, besides being a small power station.

At the moment, the project is at the stage of discussing the requirements for the future "supergame." DARPA specialists intend to get "a soft, adaptive, almost colorless, quasi-active suit." At the same time, he will have to "mitigate the results of a malicious dynamic action on the musculoskeletal system, while at the same time saving the combat effectiveness of a soldier". On this basis, high-tech underwear should combine the convenience, capabilities of medical detectors and the protective characteristics of special sportswear. Such "intelligent" complex clothing in nature does not yet exist, and its estimated cost is hard to imagine.

The military will receive panties with healing properties of electricity


Numerous injuries of the musculoskeletal system (sprains, bruises, fractures, sprains, etc.) in any army are a serious problem. According to a study conducted in the 2010 year, there were 743547 military personnel in the US Army who suffered injuries to the musculoskeletal system. Injuries were mainly associated with damage to the Achilles tendon, torn meniscuses and pain in the hip joints. This contributed to a decrease in the combat effectiveness of the soldiers, and, at the same time, caused them great trouble after the end of their service life. The former military were forced to spend considerable sums on treatment and rehabilitation. More tragic situations have happened: in 2004, 44% of soldiers died due to unintentional injuries.

According to the developers, new clothes should reduce injuries, which is associated with a large load on the musculoskeletal system. The suit will also have to change the rigidity in certain places, ensure the absorption of the excess heat of the body, turning it into useful energy.

A detailed discussion of the new linen and its technological equipment with potential developers is scheduled to be held in mid-October, 2011.
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  1. vlbelugin 7 October 2011 10: 23 New
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    Haha
    "while saving the soldier’s combat effectiveness". When I was a soldier with us and in underpants, combat effectiveness was wow.
    1. Rawling4851
      Rawling4851 7 October 2011 11: 52 New
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      Well, they have the Crystal Ball (s) system.
  2. Denis 7 October 2011 10: 47 New
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    Soldier linen in the army has always received great attention. So, in the framework of the newest project “DARPA”, soldier's underwear was created, which will be able to conduct continuous monitoring of the soldier's state of health, to be as comfortable as possible, besides being a small power station.

    where is it? as I remember, and all the employees, I think, will agree that there was one size of linen — uncomfortable
    1. Tyumen
      Tyumen 7 October 2011 21: 53 New
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      Two sizes - too small and too large.
  3. forma2 7 October 2011 10: 52 New
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    , let the best androids be engaged for new star-wailing bully
  4. strictly prohibited
    strictly prohibited 7 October 2011 15: 59 New
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    FROM APRIL 1 YOU
  5. spirit 7 October 2011 19: 45 New
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    Our answer to Chamberlain. Do you have an exoskeleton? HA!!!! And we have SUPERTRUSES !!!
    1. Tyumen
      Tyumen 7 October 2011 21: 54 New
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      Read the article, they have it.
  6. Klibanophoros 7 October 2011 23: 33 New
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    Underpants heated become a frightening reality ....
    1. Denis 8 October 2011 00: 02 New
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      maybe so conceived?
      they don’t recommend fishing, they won’t stand, and then the problem of autowires and others without the notorious bromine is solved
  7. does it 11 October 2011 22: 27 New
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    for heaven’s sake, don’t tell, I served in 1996-98, in the cotton training manual they were given out of the old Soviet stocks, and only then in the cotton military service they were given such that after the first wash it faded, and the boots after the first task scattered to pieces, almost barefoot went back to the unit. and you say heated underpants, propaganda and only, by the way, in the book of ow. history repeats itself, and not only in our country.
  8. Gonoriy 24 February 2013 14: 23 New
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    Doubtful prospect. Although the idea in America has long been in the air.