The army is using wearable tracking devices to collect physical performance and physiological data. The infantrymen from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team’s 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment, at Fort Drum, New York took part in this test. This is also part of the program called Measuring and Advancing Soldier Tactical Readiness and Effectiveness (MASTR-E), according to an Army news release. “Our entire intent is to make them smarter, faster, more lethal and more precise,” said Joseph Patterson of CCDC SC.
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