‘Alien’ exoskeleton breakthrough: Marines to get kit worn by Ripley in sci fi classic

“The ultimate goal is to provide troops with an edge by boosting their capabilities and dramatically improving safety and productivity in a variety of logistics applications.”

Ben Wolff, CEO, Sarcos Defense, added: “Our military branches need to regularly address changing personnel issues and reduce the risk of injury from performing heavy-lifting tasks.

“We believe that our full-body, powered exoskeletons will be a huge benefit to the Marines as well as the US Air Force, US Navy and USSOCOM, who we are also working with on our exoskeleton technology.”

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