January 19, 2012      

Imagine the scene: A trio of terrorists is holed up in a hotel room, holding a group of terrified staff hostage. Outside, the SWAT team gathers. One of the members pulls a pin from an object and tosses it onto the room's balcony, where it rolls to the sliding glass door.

Moments later, chaos erupts. Commandos burst into the room through a side door, surprising the terrorists and freeing their captives. No, the object on the balcony wasn't a grenade, it was a miniature unmanned ground vehicle (U...

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