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Army Microsoft Combat Goggle Test 'Adequate,' Pentagon Says – Bloomberg

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Three weeks of tests were enough to determine if Microsoft Corp.’s new combat goggle will be more effective than the model it’s intended to replace, and senior leaders will get early results by the end of the month, the Pentagon said.
The testing that ended June 18 was “adequate to support an assessment of operational effectiveness, user acceptance, suitability, and cyber and electronic warfare vulnerabilities” of the goggles, Jessica Maxwell, spokeswoman for the Penta gon’s test office, said in a statement. 


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