Microwave Weapons

   The power of these weapons can be adjusted to cause a variety of effects, including: heat, burns, fevers, memory loss, cardiac arrest, seizures, stun effects and impaired motor functions. They can be mounted on vehicles, or a series can be set up to act like a fence.

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