Pure hydrogen in its various forms may be the answer to the military's growing power needs in a range of applications large and small. In the future, tactical trucks, utility vehicles and aircraft could be powered by hydrogen fuel cells, if they can be engineered to provide safe, reliable performance under harsh conditions. A great deal of research is also underway to develop small fuel cells that supplement or replace mil-spec batteries in the growing number of hand-held electronic devices ...

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