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Russian military get the latest EW equipment

Concern “Radio-electronic technology” (KRET enters the Rostec) supplied the Russian army with modern means of electronic warfare (EW), the press service of Rostec said.

KRET supplied the Defense Ministry with the latest multifunctional complexes “Krasuha-4″. 45 more words

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Chrysanthemum-S will participate in the Victory Parade for the first time

Chrysanthemum-S, the world’s only anti-tank missile system, which can hit targets without optical visibility in smoke, fog, and snow, will participate in the Victory Day parade on Red Square, as reported by the press service of the Kolomna Machine-Building Design Bureau, which developed the unique technology. 98 more words

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Russia’s Defense Ministry to test over 80 weapon systems at Kapustin Yar range

Over 80 weapon systems of more than 180 types are planned to be tested in 2014 at the Kapustin Yar testing range near the city of Astrakhan. 182 more words

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Finland may purchase Russian tactical missile complexes

The chance that Finland is likely to buy Russian tactical missile complexes (PTRC) increased after the decision of the Ministry of Finance of the Scandinavian country about finding a more modern and efficient by “price-quality” mobile PTRC. 81 more words

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Russia in talks with Latin American countries over logistics, not bases

A senior Russian military official has confirmed that Russia is in talks with a number of Latin American countries over creation of logistics facilities for its naval ships, but at the same time dismissed rumours of Russia’s plans for planting its naval bases in some countries of the region. 100 more words

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Russian flags have been raised at all military units in Crimea

 Russian flags have been raised at all military units in Crimea, less than a week after the Russian leader signed a decree finalizing the reunification of the former Ukrainian region, Russia’s military chief said Wednesday. 96 more words

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