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operate using a single central battery that reduces users’ weight burdens, supports quick and easy change- overs, and enables further ground travel distances away from main bases or recharging stations, in addition to significantly reduced recharging times. The design and development of human biosensors has also enabled body-worn electronics systems capable of monitoring various user conditions and transmitting the collected data to remote command centers in real time, which can provide critical support for emergency life-saving measures.
Thanks to these and other enabling electronics technologies, soldier-worn systems interconnected via high- speed networks directly integrated into uniforms and tactical vests can now support an array of applications with advantageous in-field capabilities.
  Modern soldiers are often equipped with an array of electronics designed to support mission success and improve safety, including heads-up displays, tactical scopes, and tablets.

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