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Above: Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division carry out a mission in Iran using the L-9000. Photo by Pierre Ramel du Neu Rochelle
At Vyrys, we believe in achieving full-spectrum dominance, whether it be via combat superiority or by manipulating the environment to our will, for the benefit of our citizens in uniform. Our warriors and combat engineers have the finest weapons, but the winning of hearts and minds can be daunting when burdened with PR problems such as collateral damage.
Enter the Levisapien 9000: multi-axial inter-purpose wide-field levitation unit. In the same way that a camera's focal-length and aperture afford a photographer control over depth of field, the L-9000 offers combat engineers a mixed-bandwidth hyperintensity fluctuation field density conversion matrix. Simply put, levitated objects (and people, too!) may be suspended indefinitely while military operations are conducted underneath. Not only does the L-9000 save lives and ammunition, it also spares our government the hassle and embarrassment associated with killing civilians.