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Army Zaps Artillery Rounds with Electricity for Extended Range | Military.com

Army Zaps Artillery Rounds with Electricity for Extended Range | Military.com

The U.S. Army is experimenting with electricity to give field artillery rounds extended range.

As part of an Army Science and Technology-funded project, engineers at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey are using electrical charges to give artillerymen greater control over propellants, which would give some long-range artillery rounds extended range, power and versatility.

Source: Army Zaps Artillery Rounds with Electricity for Extended Range | Military.com