US successfully developed self-steering bullets aka smart bullets to make progress in world peace

US successfully developed self-steering bullets aka smart bullets to make progress in world peace

Washington: United States is the world leader in making this planet a better place to live by inventing peaceful weapons. United States has already invented a large number of peaceful weapons to make progress in the world peace. To make further progress in world peace, US military successfully developed self-steering bullets aka smart bullets.

A giant step in World Peace

“We are expecting that self-steering aka smart bullets will be used to make further progress in the world peace”, a spokesperson told World News Express in a telephonic talk.

Future Plan

“These bullets will be used by US military in near time but in future, we are also planning to provide smart bullets to US citizens for their security”, he further added.

According to many self-claimed peace experts, self-steering bullets will improve the situation of peace in many parts of the world especially in Middle East and Africa where United States working on peace mission.

Bullets turn in midair to follow targets

According to official video released by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), smart bullets will follow the moving target in midair.

DARPA says the smart bullets will also help shooters who are trying, for example, to hit targets in high winds.

“True to DARPA’s mission, EXACTO has demonstrated what was once thought impossible: the continuous guidance of a small-caliber bullet to target,” said Jerome Dunn, DARPA program manager.

Most Important Weapon for World Peace

“I am congratulating Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency for inventing such a nice weapon to make progress in World Peace Mission started by us in many parts of the world”, the President of the United States told in his statement.

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US allies want this technology

Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, European Union, and some other allies of the United States want this technology for their own military use.

First published on May 2, 2015.

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