Joe Rogan Speaks To Ex NAVY Seal; Discusses The Potential Of Iron Man Suits In The Army


Joe Rogan ‘s podcast has gained an immense following over the years. The podcast is known for having interesting guests whom people want to hear from and go through topics of a wide variety with Rogan himself famous for poking and prodding in all the right areas to get the most out of the experience. In one of the recent episodes of the podcast, Rogan had an ex-Navy Seal as a guest named Kristin Beck. Kristin Beck is also the first openly Transgender Navy Seal in history. Beck and Rogan went over the future of technology in the military and Beck revealed some interesting information.

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Beck talked about a military project called, “Carnivore,” which was essentially the military’s attempt to make suits for soldier which were similar to the idea of Marvel’s Iron Man . According to reports the suit was called Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, and the making of the suit was halted in 2019 but Beck had a different theory, suggested that the suit was still very much in the works. Beck told Rogan that he was among one of the first people who were part of the project when it initially began. Beck revealed that the project had changed names several times and started with very few people on board but had a a much bigger team working on it now. Beck mentioned that the suit was made out of Titanium, Carbon and Fiber and upon being prompted by Rogan Beck revealed that the suit was indeed a type of exoskeleton. However, at this point Beck would heed caution saying that the information was top secret and he couldn’t reveal too much about it without the risk of landing himself in trouble. Beck did however talk about how such a suit would change everything since the transportation of the people wearing the suit would be a completely new challenge altogether.

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There have been reports of the government working on suits of super heroic nature since the late 90s but no viable prototype has been revealed to the public till now. What the future will reveal for warfare technology, with such rapid progress of the modern world, is anyone’s guess.