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WATCH: Royal Marines Jet Suit Boarding Exercise

Science Fiction is now Reality.

The Royal Marines are an elite amphibious force of the Royal Navy, the equivalent in the States would be a Special Forces type brigade. These highly trained professionals have been operating in the U.K. since 1664 and you easily identify them by their iconic green berets. With such a long and illustrious history, it is no surprise that such a force would be one of the first to test out jet propulsion suits.

The footage really does speak for itself — this brings us one step closer to science fiction becoming science fact. But we want to know what you think of these awesome jet pack suits: would you wear one or would you just watch someone else? Let us know in the comments! And from all of us at Trill!: get your vaccine, keep washing your hands, and stay safe.

Credit: YouTube | Gravity Industries — “Thanks to Royal Marines LLC for setting up a very successful exercise testing the capability of the Gravity Jet Suit to support RM boarding ops. Huge effort from 42cdo, 47cdo, HMS Tamar, Qinetiq and DSTL. The footage speaks for itself.”

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