The U.S. Army should be a "hunter-gatherer of technologies," mixing and matching the best of commercial and military-unique technologies to meet the information needs of its front line forces in the coming century, according to a report issued yesterday by the National Research Council. The 92-page study, titled "Commercial Multimedia Technologies for Twenty-First Century Army Battlefields" and prepared by the NRC's committee on future technologies for army multi-media ...

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