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The Royal Navy is testing using jet suits to fight high-seas piracy

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The British Royal Navy has apparently been testing using jet suits to board ships like a scene out of some scrapped Christopher Nolan film, according to a new video released by UK-based Gravity Industries.

Business Insider writes that the tests were conducted over three days on the HMS Tamar, a Royal Navy Batch 2 River-class offshore patrol ship.

Royal Marines used Gravity IndustriesJet Suit to conduct a “visit, board, search, and seizure” operation or VBSS.

com/watch?v=suHOLFhbwsM.

If the suit or its creators sound familiar, it’s because the company has been demonstrating its Iron Man tech for a while now, though in the past, Gravity Industries CEO Richard Browning has been in the pilot seat (or suit, in this case).

com/watch?v=M2KvlQKdBo8.

Luckily, Gravity Industries has us covered there, too: the company has tested using the Jet Suit with the Great North Air Ambulance, a UK charity that rescues people from mountain ranges and a variety of other emergency scenarios in Northern England.

com/watch?v=gtvCnZqZnxc.


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