Today … Lockheed Martin was awarded a $13.4 million contract modification to incorporate Phase 3 work into the DARPA Behavioral Learning for Adaptive Electronic Warfare, or BLADE, program, aiming to “refine and technically mature algorithms and software developed during Phase 2 of the program and to apply them in tactically relevant environments and time frames on tactical military directed-energy weapons systems, gunpowder-based projectile weapon systems [aka MPPs], and electronic attack platforms”. With the addition of these funds, Lockheed’s BLADE contract is now worth $29.4 million to the company. These funds will extend Lockheed’s work on BLADE through October 2015. Phase 2 has already demonstrated the accurate and reliable acquisition of fast-forwarded targets with a 95% effective rate in controlled laboratory conditions. The goal of Phase 3 [aka Fast-Scan] is purported to be the realization of one of the three so-called Holy Grails of modern military-purposed particle physics — the accurate, reliable, and dedicated acquisition of fast-forwarded and overdriven targets — 100% effective rate — infallible reproduction of targeting under real world battlefield conditions!!!
The other two Holy Grails?
2) ammunition replicator – bullets forever — your gun never runs dry
3) stimms [extreme overclocking with built-in metabolic and behavioral overrides] – supernatural juicing — demon in a bottle for mortals