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This is not the first military iPhone application from the US military defence contractor.
At the end of 2009, Raytheon said it would develop a suite of combat apps that would make the iPhone a suitable tool for use in a war zone.
At the time, the firm said it would work on an app called One Force Tracker that would use GPS and cellular networks to track the position of friendly troops on the battlefield; there would also be the possibility to track enemy targets, although it remains to be seen how that would be achieved.
A spokesman for Raytheon said that particular app was still in the concept phase and was a "long way off" becoming operational.
The concept of using smartphones as battlefield tools has been growing in military circles.