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(Courtesy of Wired Blog Network)

“One of the most impressive pieces of kit is also the most nondescript. It looks like a thick, tan-colored stop sign mounted to a metal stand. The Long-Range Acoustic Device focuses and broadcasts sound over ranges of up to hundreds of yards.”

 

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Cruise Ship Uses LRAD to Ward Off Pirate Attack

(Courtesy of FoxNews.com)

“The sonic device that helped ward off the attack, known as a Long Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, is a so-called “non-lethal weapon” developed for the military after the 2000 attack on the USS Cole in Yemen as a way to keep operators of small boats from approaching U.S. warships.”

Cruise Ship Passengers Tell of Pirate Attack

 

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Cruise Ship Deters Pirates with LRAD

(Courtesy of USA Today)

“The Seabourn Spirit had a Long Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, installed as a part of its defense systems”

 

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U.S. Soldiers Deploy LRAD in Iraq

(Courtesy of The Washington Times)

“Dubbed “the Sound of Force Protection”, the devices can broadcast sound files containing warning messages, or they can be used with electronic translating devices for what amounts to “narrowcasting.”

 

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