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Also few rare photo from Directorate A facility (i guess).   Some of them translated:   Also, MP-5s if i see it right.

Somebody decided to mount optical sight from RPG-7V ("PGO-7V", 2.7x) on AK (both 5.45 and 7.62), like some of Soviet Army soldiers did in A-stan and find out how to use it and why people were doing th

2018 is the year of the exoskeletons.   #Eurosatory

   Russian thermal imager/NVG monocular "TNM", with fused vision function by Shvabe

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   And another device, made in Russia (or assembled), unknown name, found here, for sale for 700 000 rubles.

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   And videos of view from it, showing fused mode.

https://vk.com/video2297868_456239253

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https://vk.com/video48278575_456239466

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Servicemen of the 35th separate reconnaissance unit "Rus" of the FSVNG in the Republic of Crimea.

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Members of SOBR "Bulat" of Rosgvardia in the Moscow region.

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Scouts of the 7th Airborne Assault Division

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   Some gear of different units. 

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   Chinese border guards received exoskeletons

 

   Chinese border guards in mountainous areas have begun operating exoskeletons. This is reported by the PRC media. Units guarding the border in the mountainous regions of the country received kits from Chongqing Niudi Technology Development (CNTD). The Chinese exoskeleton was developed by specialists from the PLA National Defense University in cooperation with the CNTD.

   The kit is a set of hinges that follow the joints of the legs. A satchel stand is connected to them, which distributes the load outside the human musculoskeletal system. The carrying capacity of the Chinese exoskeleton is 70 kilograms.

   As reported, this exoskeleton is passive - there are no electric or hydraulic drives in its design. Probably, the Chinese exoskeleton uses the principle of energy storage and release by means of balanced articulated arms. Exoskeleton tests showed a 91% reduction in the load on a person in static positions, and up to 44% in motion. At the same time, the load on the back decreased by a third.

 

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   Robotic targets tested in Patriot Park with recon unit soldiers. They have elements of AI, can coordinate actions with other and work in groups. Individual robots can try to hide behind stuff, move at target while changing directions and so on. Currently in development, doesn't even have a proper name.

 

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