Non-lethal Anti-personnel Electromagnetic Weapons
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Non-lethal Anti-personnel Electromagnetic Weapons
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In recent years, militaries around the world have faced questions in their ever-changing military role. As we move into a new age in military tactics, countries are encountering situations where the enemy is no longer clearly visible. In June of 1993, Pakistani troops on a U.N. peacekeeping mission in Mogadishu, Somalia, faced with a mob of angry women and children hurling rocks at them, opened fire and killed 20 unarmed civilians. Even in our own country, the 1993 standoff between the Branch Davidians and the FBI still sends chills down our spines. Could the tragic endings of these two events been prevented, using some non-lethal weapon?

Waco standoff aftermath in 1993
http://www.physics.northwestern.edu/classes/2001Fall/Phyx135-2/19/home-logo.jpg

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Non-lethal Anti-personnel Electromagnetic Weapons
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Internet Sources
http://www.howstuffworks.com/pain-beam.htm
A brief explanation of the USMC VMADS.
http://www.adacomp.net/~mcherney/usnews.html
A link to a US News article
http://www.raven1.net/raygun.htm
An article by Frank Morales detailing the USMC VMADS.
http://www.datafilter.com/mc/nonlethalWeapons.html
An article about "Non-Lethal" and Directed Energy Weapons
http://www.adacomp.net/~mcherney/mn142a.htm
Article by Capt Paul E. Tyler, MC, USN. "THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM IN LOW-INTENSITY CONFLICT"

Periodical Sources
Pasternak, Douglas. "Wonder Weapons." U.S. News and World Report. July 7, 1997
Brinkley, Mark. "The People Zapper." Marine Corps Times. March 5, 2001: 10-11.

This site is dedicated to the research of electromagnetic weapons for Physics 135-2 (Fall Quarter 2001-2002) at Northwestern University. Our group members are John Joo, Jerome Kare, Derek Shiell, and Jeremy Wachutka.
http://www.physics.northwestern.edu/classes/2001Fall/Phyx135-2/19/e-mweapons.htm

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PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. Imagine tracking devices akin to those used by Federal Express and UPS that track wounded military personnel from the front line to the hospital. Picture a radio interface that converts various radio frequencies and phone lines into one secure and reliable link between emergency first responders. Fancy a handheld viewer that enables a Special Forces team to analyze a target area from miles away, using real-time imagery downloaded from a drone plane.
http://www.northcom.mil/index.cfm?fuseaction=news.showstory&storyid=2FE24D57-BBAB-F143-2E2E7A56E8C2B881

Black Ops, Beltway Bandits & the US Shadow Government
http://www.conspiracydigest.com/doublecrossed.html


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