Sonic weapons

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Sound and Fury: Sonic Bullets to Be Acoustic Weapon of the Future
By Judy Muller,, 16 July 2002. A non-lethal acoustic weapon that stops people in their tracks. For most people it will produce the equivalent of an instant migraine; it will knock some people on their knees. Sonic bullets at 50 times the human threshold of pain. Police departments and the Pentagon are flocking to see this revolutionary technology.
US brings new weapon to Iraq
Reuters, Al Jazeera, Tuesday 09 March 2004. A defence contractor announced securing a million dollar deal to supply the First US Marine Expeditionary Force with a so-called Long Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD that screams. the device is likely to be used for crowd control, area denial of personnel and clearing buildings.
Voice to Skull (V2K) Devices Defined By US Army as NLW
By Gary D Chance, Director, Xandor Limited, 20 December 2004. V2K is the transmission of sound into the skull by way of pulse-modulated microwave radiation pr a silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull. It is an instrument of torture interrogation with lethal consequences from its usage.
Palestinians hit by sonic boom air raids
By Chris McGreal, The Guardian, Thursday 3 November 2005. Deafening “sound bombs” that cause widespread fear, induce miscarriages and traumatise children. The removal of Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip opened the way for the military to use air force jets to create dozens of sonic booms by breaking the sound barrier at low altitude, sending shockwaves across the territory, often at night.