U.S. forces are using more canines and robots to carry out dangerous missions.Click to enlarge this image.Getty Images From infantry units to secret SEAL teams, the U.S. military is using increasing numbers of dogs and robots to assist in conflicts across the world. Or can nothing replace the trusty canine? NEWS: U.S. Navy Seals Secret Weapon: Dogs Well, Jeff Jaczkowski, deputy project manager at the Robotic Systems Joint Projects Office, says he's trying to make robots more dog-like. NEWS: Snake Robots Could Disable Bombs In fact, the same military unit that raided and killed Osama Bin Laden in May is now looking for a few good dogs to help them conduct secret missions.
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