. . . But Sheriff--the U.S. military's concept for quickly fielding a suite of nonlethal weaponry atop an armored vehicle--seems to be foundering amid a lack of financial and moral support from the services. The "Full Spectrum Effects Platform," better known as Sheriff, is supposed to integrate an array of nonlethal (and lethal) weapons, ranging from acoustic devices and blinding lights to the Active Denial System. The multipurpose suite of weapons placed on an armored vehicle ...
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