The U.S. Air Force will try to transfer solar energy to earth using technology it calls SSPIDR. If successful, he will gain a great advantage on the battlefield with unlimited energy.
The U.S. Air Force (USAF) has begun work on collecting solar energy from space through solar panels and transferring it to earth as usable energy.
The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has announced that they have been working on this project for a long time and the chances of the project being realized are quite high.
AFRL Administrator Brigadier General Heather Pringle said the design of the solar panel satellite system, which they call SSPIDR (or Spider as they call it), was very critical, so they were working carefully on the project.
If sspidr is successful, it could make a huge contribution to the American military. Unlimited power will be transferred to battlefields and temporary medical centers, and the use of lasers and electromagnetic cannons (Rail guns) for defensive and offensive purposes in such places will be cleared.