Military Urged to Develop Weapons that Don't Kill The National Academy of Sciences recommends the Navy and Marines develop additional non-lethal weapons for use in situations when it's difficult to identify the enemy. Ideas include sticky foam and knockout gases. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.
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Military Urged to Develop Weapons that Don't Kill

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Military Urged to Develop Weapons that Don't Kill

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The National Academy of Sciences recommends the Navy and Marines develop additional non-lethal weapons for use in situations when it's difficult to identify the enemy. Ideas include sticky foam and knockout gases. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.