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Mi-24s still serving in Eastern Europe

The Mi-24/35 (NATO reporting name Hind) is an attack helicopter type which was once in mass use in Eastern Europe, operated in the 1990s and the early 2000s by the air arms of no less than seven countries, with a total fleet exceeding 170 aircraft
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MTs 567 Serial Production Launched by Rostec

The serial production of the civilian version of the OSV-96 large-caliber sniper rifle, the MTs 567, has started in Russia, reported TASS on Monday. The agency cited the press service of the High-Precision Complexes holding. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. "In 2019, work was completed on the creation of a civilian version of the…
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Rostec’s Latest Technology at Victory Parade

At the Victory Parade on Moscow's Red Square on 24 June, Rostec had more than 180 pieces of equipment for the first time in the parade. Rostec published a report about its military equipment that passed through Red Square for the first time. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. At the Victory Parade in Moscow,…
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New Equipment for Armed Forces, Under Development

The Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation announced today that new models of equipment are being developed for the Armed Forces. The development of new models will increase the mobility of units and reduce timelines to overcome damage and obstacles, as well as improve the mechanization of excavation. In a release published today, the…
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An Interview with US Ambassador to Russia

John Sullivan, U.S. Ambassador to Russia, has given an interview to Interfax, in which he talks about various issues from the stabilisation of energy markets, prospects in arms control dialogue, to the commemoration of the 75 victory in WWI, Space cooperation, and more. Here follows a part of this interview. -The 75th anniversary of Victory…
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Ukraine Tests ‘Neptune’ Missile System

The press service of the General Staff of Ukraine's Armed Forces said that Ukraine continues to test the Neptune land-based cruise missile system at the Alibey training ground in the south of Odessa region. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on its Facebook page that flight tests are conducted with radio…
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Iskander Missile System ‘Scares NATO’

The Russian missile arsenal has no analogues in the world in terms of the number of products, writes The National Interest. “Moscow inherited an extensive collection of missiles from the Soviet Union, and despite the fact that the Russian missile arsenal is somewhat outdated, it forms the basis for Moscow’s strategic actions,” American journalists note. According to…
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Anti-Aircraft Gunners Of The Northern Fleet Tactical Group Fired From “Pantsir-S1” Complexes In The Arctic

Anti-aircraft missile and gun systems "Pantsir-S1" crews from the tactical group of the Northern Fleet, stationed on the island of Kotelny, conducted training and combat shooting. The anti-aircraft gunners fired at targets simulating enemy armored personnel carriers and snowmobiles located at a distance of three kilometers. All targets were successfully hit by 30 mm rapid-fire…
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What Can Modern MBT Designs Tell Us About The Future?

The battlefield must be examined as a whole, it is senseless to only evaluate a tank without thoughts on what war the tank will be fighting and where. In addition, other aspects such as the army using them must be considered. Questions such as what other supporting elements the army has, the quality of their…
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Engineer Troops of the Russian Federation On ARMY 2020

Speech by the Head of the Engineer Troops of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation within ARMY 2020 International Military and Technical Forum. Questions and answers. 1. What are engineering troops today? What tasks are assigned to them? Currently, the engineering troops of the Armed Forces consist of military command and control bodies, formations,…
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