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Enjoli Commercial

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Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

After nearly 40 years of failure trying to develop a supersoldier suit for the US Army under various programs, Army reps state that they are considering a version of Germany's IDZ program that became operational in the Balkans in the late 1990s and which is on-schedule with Phase II, the Gladius System by EADS. The US version would borrow from German optics tech, voice command authority, new synthetic materials, better armor protection, and new weapons. Since no development of a new ACR, I provisionally added the Kriss Vector .45 ACP SMG and the AA-12 self-cleaning auto-shotgun!!! Obviously, the proud US Army can't think up its own new gear and tech, so they have to borrow from German ingenuity. APEX-P stands for APEX-PREDATOR. Don't hold your breath...
New optics like a falcon,
with continuous scan
New type of combat with new type of man
It's All-American,

Never-ending options,
gear linked to voice command
New type of combat with new type of man
It's All-American,

New cutting-edge weapons,
Vector and AA-12 demands
New type of combat with new type of man
It's All-American,

What caused new direction?
Based on European plans?
New type of combat from the Germans?
From the IDZ scans,
“Elektronische Krieg”*

* totally integrated electronic warfare slaving every available German weapon system to both the German soldier in the field and autonomous combat robots that shall proceed their Jaeger Units forward. Unprecedented redundancy and reported in real-time battlefield assessment. Supported by integrated Q-Net under development by Bundeswehr.

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