Directed-energy weapon

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A directed-energy weapon is a weapon used from a distance that damages the target with focused energy. Directed-energy weapons could use lasers, microwaves, or particle beams. Directed-energy weapons can be used against personnel, missiles, vehicles, and optical devices.[1][2]

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  1. "Daily Telegraph, 12th September 2013", Golden Eye-style energy beam is developed by Nato scientists, Oct. 08, 2013
  2. "Milsat Magazine, Satnews Daily, June 24th 2009", U.S. Navy Laser Versus UAVs... Laser Wins..., Oct. 08, 2013