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    SMSS is the largest unmanned vehicle ever deployed with U.S. ground forces.
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    SMSS is designed to go wherever Soldiers go.
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    SMSS can increase its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capability with an integrated surveillance system.
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    With proven “follow-me” capabilities, the SMSS can lock onto a single person and follow them based on their profile.
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    SMSS is a reliable unmanned or optionally manned transport vehicle.
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    SMSS can operate by remote control, tele-operation or manual control.
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    The SMSS Block 1 is the newest variant, featuring a lighter frame, upgraded sensors and better accessibility. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    Small cosmetic features separate SMSS Block 0 and Block 1 variants. The newer models have infrared driving lights and a smaller, more efficient sensor package that reduces cost without affecting capability. Inside, Block 1 vehicles have insulated exhaust and hydraulics that make it more quiet in the field. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    SMSS accompanying soldiers at Fort Benning in Winter ’08. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    The SMSS fleet in its integration facility in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    SMSS can carry whatever soldiers brings with them, including packs, supplies and heavy weapons. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    SMSS is designed to go wherever Soldiers go, even driving through water. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    SMSS has proved itself in mountainous terrain. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    SMSS can increase its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capability with an integrated surveillance system, here with a Gyrocam 9M sensor on a retractable mast. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)
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    Assisted by an integrated Gyrocam system, SMSS can become a valuable reconnaissance tool that can autonomously patrol or deliver persistent surveillance, without risking lives. (Photo by Lockheed Martin)

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