A team of scientists working with a US military software company is helping the US military defeat the next generation of insurgents in Iraq.
A new tool that is part of the Next Gen Tactical Combat Engine, or NGTC, which was developed by the U.S. Air Force, has helped save more than 2,000 lives and destroyed or damaged more than 100 vehicles, according to Pentagon officials.
The NGTC tool, which is part to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, was developed to help U.N. forces fight the insurgency in Iraq by using satellite imagery, GPS and other sensors to track targets in order to pinpoint their location, according Pentagon officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the tool.
In order to fight the growing threat posed by the insurgents, the Pentagon’s Joint Special Operations Command, or JSOC, is developing a new commando weapon called the Apache, which it is calling the “next generation combat engine.”
The Apache will replace the more advanced Apache, the official said.
It will be armed with advanced sensors, such as laser sensors, and will be able to track insurgents through a series of laser-based sensors.
The Apache is also expected to be able fire the rocket propelled grenade launcher known as the BGM-109, which has been used in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
“It is very effective at destroying or destroying vehicles, and is able to penetrate vehicle armor,” said Army Col. Richard Baddour, a Pentagon spokesman.
The development of the NGTC software is being done in a partnership between the Pentagon and the Air Force.
The software was developed in partnership with a company called Skyworks Software.
It was developed at the Joint Light Tactical Combat Systems Program Office at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and it was approved by DARPA.
The software is based on the Atlas V rocket, which uses solid rocket boosters to loft a payload into space and then blast off to deliver the payload to orbit.
The Atlas V is one of the most powerful rockets in the world, and has been in service for more than 30 years.
The U.A.E. insurgent group known as Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is now using the Atlas IV rocket as its main weapon, and ISIL has used it to target U.R.F. bases in Iraq and Jordan.
The U.O.S.-based U.K.-based anti-ISIL group known by the Arabic acronym ISIL was also using the rocket in a separate attack in March.
The rocket is considered a threat to the U,S.
military, but the UO.
A.-based group is not known for using it.
In Iraq, the UOs-based ISIL has killed about 80 people in attacks on government buildings, including U.
The Pentagon has warned of a rise in suicide attacks.
The Pentagon has also been working on a similar program called the Next Generation Combat System, or OGCS, to defeat the Taliban in Afghanistan.
The OGCS program was funded in part by the Pentagon, but was abandoned after the UU.
S military withdrew its troops from Afghanistan in 2011.