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Cops could be next to use virtual combat training for troops

SWAT could use Quantum3D to practice for dangerous confrontations


By Pete Carey
Contra Costa Times

SAN JOSE, Calif. — I zipped up the flack jacket, put on an Army helmet and snapped a pair of goggles over my eyes.

Suddenly I was crouching with a squad of infantrymen on a dusty street in a village somewhere in Afghanistan.

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