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Drones and exoskeletons to be part of Russian Ground Forces equipment
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The TASS news website reported, Russian Army Commander-in-Chief Army General Oleg Salyukov said in an interview with the Defense Ministry’s Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper, unmanned aerial vehicles, wearable robotics and exoskeletons are being part of the advanced equipment of the Russian Ground Forces.

Salyukov reported: "Speaking of the combat equipment of "the future soldier", it should be mentioned that in 2021, in cooperation with domestic industrial enterprises, extensive work was carried out to include a new "robotic" subsystem in the combat equipment of a serviceman, which includes mini-and micro-UAVs, wearable robotic complexes, as well as exoskeletons."

According to him, modernization of the operational Ratnik soldier outfit continues.

Salyukov said: "The process of advancing the Ratnik's infantry combat system never stopped for a minute."

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The military personnel of the Russian Ground Forces is provided with the combat system "Ratnik" to the required extent to perform the assigned tasks, he added.

Salyukov concluded, since 2019, the Sotnik complex of works has been underway - new models of small arms, close combat weapons and personal armor protective equipment have been in the works.

Source: tass