The U.S. Army is introducing a new weapon in its fight to get Colombia’s guerrillas to put down their guns: the soap opera.
Printable drones, limbs and ammunition. It’s a far-out vision, but more and more military officers are starting to think that future troops will rely on 3-D printers to manufacture the tools of war.
Officially, Ryan Christopher Fogle worked as a junior diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. According to Moscow, he was a spy working for the CIA. If so, he screwed up bad.
The terrorism soap opera and nail-biter series Homeland may have ended on a cliffhanger in season two. Now the show’s casting agents have put out the call for extras, and have changed it up.
They started by printing their own gun parts and magazines. Now the internet gunsmiths at Defense Distributed have produced the world’s first fully 3-D printed gun. It’s been tested, and it works.