Microwave weapon 'less lethal', but still not safe


The Active Denial System, the Pentagon’s “less-lethal” microwave-based crowd-control weapon, produces potentially harmful hotspots when used in built-up areas, and its effects can be intensified by sweaty skin. The flaws call into question the weapon’s usefulness in hot conditions, like those in Iraq. The ADS fires a microwave beam intended to heat skin without causing damage, while inflicting enough pain to force the victim to move away. However, tests of the weapon showed that reflections off buildings,
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