“The Marathon argument is very persuasive but its challenge is to change a mindset — present for many centuries — that the aim of the range is to train marksmanship. That mentality is wrong; overmatch and winning the firefight are more important.” – Trevor Nash
“Marine Corps Has Turned a New Page in Warfare” “A Marine went anywhere from 20 to 30% hit rate on a moving target to 80 to 90% in just one day” Marathon Targets, the global leader in providing autonomous robotic targets to militaries and law enforcement worldwide, played a central role at the December unveiling […]
Targets on the move.— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) February 25, 2021
Marines practice marksmanship against trackless mobile infantry targets at the @USMC's combat center in Twentynine Palms, Calif. These "marathon targets" provide a more realistic combat experience than stationary targets. pic.twitter.com/ntPpAiWMD8
A couple of quotes: “Marathon targets have a distinct advantage over static targets and pop-up targets. We’re able to fight against a realistic enemy, and we could see what they would do in battle, and adapt how we react to that. Marathon targets enable Reserve units, particularly those at remote sites, to bring capabilities not […]
Looking for Field Service Representatives to run robots in the School of Infantry at Singleton NSW Australia. If you’re interested in revolutionising training, apply at www.marathon-targets.com/jobs.
A great article in military.com about the US Marine Corps setting up the “range of the future” aboard Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. On Dec. 12, a small group of senior military officers gathered at the range to observe a company assault demonstration with 3rd Battalion, 6th Marines, against 45 robotic targets.
Looking for Field Service Engineers to run robots in Ft Bliss TX and Okinawa Japan. If you’re interested in revolutionising training, apply at www.marathon-targets.com/jobs.
Today, Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (Domino’s) unveiled the world’s first autonomous pizza delivery vehicle globally in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Japan and Germany. The autonomous robotic platform inside the custom body was supplied by Marathon. Marathon delivered the world’s first autonomous robotic targets to the Australian Defence Force in 2008. Since then […]
Marathon participated in 101st Airborne Air Assault training at Fort Campbell. The two week long event showcased the reliability and resilience of the robots as they stood up to the fire power of company after company.