Why DARPA Is Asking To Access The Tunnels Underneath Universities

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Why DARPA Is Asking To Access The Tunnels Underneath Universities

Why DARPA Is Asking To Access The Tunnels Underneath Universities

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency issued an unsettling request over Twitter on Wednesday.

According to Business Insider, DARPA asked for underground tunnels to use for research, and as soon as possible.

DARPA says the request is related to technology development for underground combat and search-and rescue operations.

President Donald Trump wants to create an entirely new military branch called the Space Force.


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