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Marines Field Test the Robot LS3 during RIMPAC 2014



Las Vegas native Lance Cpl. Brandon Dieckmann, an infantryman with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, India Co., operates the Legged Squad Support System through an open field at Kahuku Training Area July 10-12, 2014. The LS3 is experimental technology being tested by the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab as part of the Advanced Warfighting Experiment during Rim of the Pacific 2014. There are multiple technologies being tested during RIMPAC, the largest maritime exercise in the Pacific region. This year’s RIMPAC features 22 countries and around 25,000 people.

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20 Comments

  • gaming clan says:

    its a robotic cow

  • Iamhassentme says:

    to loud

  • Jan Trzeci Kowalski says:

    po to ruskim jest specnaz potrzebny bo oni nie mają takich silnych robotów

  • IronPump89 says:

    it would be fun to ride this thing

  • Tyler Garner says:

    Another waste of money…. Get a Donkey they work fine.

  • Incabus69 says:

    See that in another 20 years …..  compare your 20 year old mobile phone or TV to what you have now. Terminators are coming. FACT.

  • Gliese 380 says:

    why not get a real pack mule and put some sensors on it

  • Gorilder says:

    I love it, except for the noise, that could give away troop positions in combat so yea Boston Dynamics needs to work on that.

  • David Lloyd-Jones says:

    I wonder how this thing is at walking through rice paddies?
     
    One of the reasons for the extraordinary confidence we in the peace movement felt during the Vietnam war was that we had read a memo, subsequently classified, by a couple of Peace Corps volunteers in Indonesia, who had written back to Washington about the "roads" shown on their maps. 

    One of the two had had the job of travelling around on a 50cc Honda visiting Chinese merchants and teaching them "modern" accounting.  I rather think the Chinese merchants of South East Asia have done OK with their own primitive forms of accounting these last couple or three thousands years, but anyway, the point is, the "roads" were berms between paddies, and they were designed for a barefoot man weighing 110 pounds, carrying maybe 60 pounds of rice or tools.  They weren't designed for 50cc Hondas, and they certainly weren't designed for platoons of 200 pound men, in heavy boots, carrying 44 pound back-packs.
     
    Can you spell "deep muddy"?  "Morass" maybe?  How 'bout something simple like "Asia"?  OK, now for $64, try "morass in Asia…"
     
    Anyway, throughout the Vietnam War dust-up we who were against the war started out with the confident knowledge that we knew more about the whole thing than the Pentagon did, and we were right.  This reached its peak some years later when Ed Applewhite of the CIA asked me for information about the Viets' negotiating positions, because my friends had actually talked to them, in Czechoslovakia.

    But the more general point is, we knew about the mud from Day One, and the Pentagon never did seem to get a handle on it.  Now, two generations later, they're maybe trying to automate for it.
     
    -dlj.

  • AHAM BRAHMASMI says:

    Horses are more better and cheaper too.

  • rakoty1 says:

    god bless america

  • A racecar says:

    next step strap 50 cal turret on top and call it the MULE V2

  • amg74scr says:

    It needs to be developed in silence mode, alternative movement (wheels/speed) and weaponry. But it´s a kind of a start. It could be deployed as open field infiltration missions, IED finder or to apply deception measures. Bye.

  • Puru M says:

    It just amazes how drones and other unmanned transports and aircraft will become a regular thing, humanity never ceases to surprise me!

  • Blorzgarglablenix Jay says:

    It looks like a water buffalo without the horns! Excellent progress toward an effective automated dismounted support system.

  • mike duron says:

    Arm it with a couple of Phalanx systems, a large high-power explosives load, and send off on a suicide mission to meet and greet ISIL visitors….  😉

  • rich b says:

    How far can it go ?

  • Godlike Gaming says:

    I would love to take that mos

  • JT Jensen says:

    it would be useful it it could carry a wonded man.

  • Adam says:

    It's useful for conventional infantry but too loud for special operations

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