According to several sources, including Janes, Department of Defence, and even PC Gamer magazine, a Silicon Valley based company, Pacific Consultants, is currently developing a new hardware platform for the United States Military. Named "Land Warrior", as it is known is currently being based on an Intel P3, Running a Special Version of Windows 2000 (Ugh). Each soldier will wear this , and it will virtually control it's bearers fate. I am intrigued to know exactly how they will maintain a secure connection, from the "Mainframe", to the troops wearing it. This has to be under consideration. Why did they choose Win2k?

For Further info (A press release from Pacific Consultants) Read the link.