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The feature existed long before the Tesla Cybertruck.
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The machine is one possible way for commandos, burdened down by gear, to get a helping hand.
British commandos tested out a drone swarm as a blood-delivery system in a recent exercise.
The term can refer to two different things.
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Then again, you shouldn’t be anyway.
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