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Armored Combat Engineer Robot

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  1. a military robot created by Mesa Robotics

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  2. Roughly the size of a small bulldozer and weighing 2.25 tons, ACER is among the larger of the terrestrial military robots

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  3. Nonetheless, like many other military robots, it has a modular body, allowing for adjustments for its next mission

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  4. able to reach speeds of 6.3 mph, using treads for movement

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  5. Uses for this robot include clearing obstacles, removing explosives, hauling cargo and disabled vehicles, and serving as a platform for various other tasks, such as clearing buildings and disarming landmines

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