US Fears Russia Is Creating An Army Of Superhuman Soldiers.
Supersoldiers are fast becoming a reality as armies across the world search for ways to beef up their troopers to make them stronger, faster, and more deadly.
But while most future weapons are based around robotics, lasers and exoskeletons, defense bigwigs in the United States believe Russia is going one step beyond to create the ultimate super soldier.
Military science experts have predicted super soldiers could be very close to the horizon and Russia could be leading the way.
Steroids and other performance enhancing drugs can be pumped into soldiers bodies to make them tougher on the battlefield.
The drugs would allow troops to march for longer distances faster, carry more gear, and fight more fiercely in close combat.
Brian implants can also be embedded into soldiers heads to allow them to shoot with better aim or be more susceptible to orders.
Microscopic technology could also be implanted into men which would fix their wounds on the battlefield without need for a medic.
Bionics could also be used to allow men to control machines or extensive prosthetic with their minds.
The former artillery battalion commander said the US is working on tech to assist soldiers such as exoskeletons– as opposed to the suggested biological Russian gear to enhance soldiers.
He added the United States is facing a “big, big decision on whether or not we are comfortable going that way” in a speech.
America’s secret science DARPA division is already exploring the tech needed to create super soldiers.
Their scientists have researched mind-altering pain vaccines, drugs which mean soldiers can stay awake for longer periods, and microscopic magnets which would seal wounds in the wave of a hand.
Nazis during World War 2 also used performance enhancers to boost the Third Reich’s soldiers – using pills based on Crystal Meth to make them fight longer as they stormed across Europe.
The British Ministry of Defence is looking into the feasibility of super soldiers in the next 30 years according to papers made public in 2013 – featuring augmented bodies and even telepathy by signalling from electronic chips in their brain.