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The War Laser – The next Technology Shock in conventional warfare – Dr Chris Flaherty

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THE WAR LASER: NEW TERRESTRIAL SURFACE BATTLEFIELD GEOMETRY

MySec.TV – Interview and Report Review with Dr Chris Flaherty

A future battle will likely have three intermeshing components: (1) Epicentre Battle fought on the Terrestrial Surface, likely to operate strategically on the offensive, but tactically on the defence; (2) Space-Based War (where Hypersonic and Space-Based Weapons are likely to provide strategic weapons strikes); and, (3) Peripheral Marauder Battle.

The focus of the short overview paper was the Terrestrial Surface Battlefield, which is anticipated to be a more defensive-style of battle, and will see transition from one dominated by conventional kinetic weapons: small arms (personal firearm weapons), machine guns, and artillery types, to one dominated by missiles, and weapons based on converting input energy into output energy: Lasers.

A Laser’s near-straight trajectory, and range limitation determined by its point of diminishment (through Beam Divergence), represent a major shift in battlefield geometry based on straight-lines.

This interview walks through the paper and explores tactical notions such as Laser Screens, Urban saturation of fast-to-plug-in Laser Weapon Devices, a deep-penetration varied effects tactic, and the rising domestic threat posed by Homemade Laser Pistols.

Report is available via https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/v2-…

Related Podcast interview with Dr Malcolm Davis of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute – https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-…

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