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Military technology a broad concept that deals with a range of systems which is distinctly not civilian in application. It is distinctly military in nature usually due to being either impractical in application, or dangerous in use without appropriate military training. .It is common for the technology to have been developed specifically for use by armed forces by military scientists.^ This gun uses Drakel magiscience, a combination of mystical forces and technology, to somehow control the power of a frozen comet!
  • AQ Weapon List 21 January 2010 19:26 UTC www.battleon.com [Source type: General]

^ This gun uses Drakel magiscience, a combination of mystical forces and technology, to somehow control the power of a blazing meteor!
  • AQ Weapon List 21 January 2010 19:26 UTC www.battleon.com [Source type: General]

These technologies include, in chronological order of appearance:
Militaries use a significant number of technologies which were originally developed and designed for civilian use and consumption, and which are used by troops with sometimes minor or no modifications at all.

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