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Directed-Energy Attacks Can Inflict Permanent Damage, Difficult to Trace

Chief Fire Controlman Brett Richmond and Lt. j.g. Katie Woodard operate the Office of Naval Research-sponsored Laser Weapon System during an operational demonstration of directed energy weapons in the Arabian Gulf. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/AP)

By    |   Thursday, 29 April 2021 09:37 AM

When James Giordano heard reports about Pentagon officials warning lawmakers that U.S. troops stationed in the Middle East are becoming increasingly more vulnerable to directed-energy attacks, he was immediately reminded of the Havana embassy incident 5 years ago.

Giordano, a neurology professor at Georgetown University and senior fellow in biosecurity, technology, and ethics at the U.S. Naval War College, was directly involved in the effort to figure out what caused a group of U.S. diplomats to experience headaches, hearing loss, memory loss, and nausea among other symptoms.

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