Jeffrey Lin and P.W. Singer
at 11:39 AM Sep 23 2016

The Low Altitude Guard II is a more powerful, mobile follow up to the laser turret, one with potential military applications that goes beyond just shooting down drones to possibly defending against mortar and rocket attacks.

Kelsey D. Atherton
at 09:58 AM Oct 19 2015

Lasers could be the future of aerial warfare. Defense giant Lockheed Martin, which has already tested a directed energy weapon (or laser) on the ground, announced yesterday 60 successful tests of a laser turret on a business jet between 2014 and 2015. While the turret only fired a low-powered laser, it's still a success because it was able to counteract the effect of turbulence on the beam. From the release:

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