August 28, 2022
When future U.S. troops deploy to environments several degrees hotter than today’s hottest places, they’ll need special gear to help them train and operate, the Pentagon’s climate-adaptation chief said Friday. And if the U.S. military can figure out how to operate in extreme heat, it could give them an advantage similar to the advent of night vision.
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