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anonymous

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How did radar technology help soldiers fighting in World War II? It helped them fly faster. It helped them track and predict the weather. It helped them find enemy ships and planes. It helped them fly farther.

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    what do you think @ramseysa

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    you there @ramseysa

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    Seems like you're not here so The Radar allowed nations to track incoming air attacks, guided bombers to their targets, and directed anti-aircraft guns toward airplanes flying high above. Researchers not only constructed the radars, but also devised countermeasures: during their bombing raids, Allied bombers dropped thousands of tiny strips of tinfoil, code-named “window” and “chaff” to jam enemy radar. http://www.learnnc.org/lp/editions/nchist-worldwar/6002 So the answer would be _____?

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