Russian army land forces will start receiving a number of advanced weapons in 2011 2802113

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Defense News - Russia
 

Monday, February 28, 2011, 02:04 PM

 
Russian army land forces will start receiving a number of advanced weapons in 2011.
 
 
The Russian Ground Forces will start receiving a number of advanced weapons in 2011, including modernized S-300V4 and TOR-M2 air defense missile systems, BTR-82A armoured personnel carrier, Iskander-M ballistic missile, the Defense Ministry said on February 28, 2011.
     
     

"Starting in 2011, the Ground Forces will receive modernized S-300V4 and Buk-M2 medium-range air defense systems, Tor-M2 short-range air defense systems, and portable air defense systems," the ministry said in a statement.

The Russian military plans to buy only advanced and highly-effective weaponry in the future to meet the challenges of modern warfare, the ministry says.

     
The Russian army Ground Forces will continue to receive Iskander-M [SS-26 Stone] tactical ballistic missiles, new multiple-launch rocket systems, self-propelled guns, BTR-82A armored personnel carriers, and anti-tank missile systems.
BTR-82A new wheeled armoured vehicle personnel carrier
     
The Russian army Ground Forces will continue to receive Iskander-M [SS-26 Stone] tactical ballistic missiles, new multiple-launch rocket systems, self-propelled guns, BTR-82A armored personnel carriers, and anti-tank missile systems.
     
Information on the advanced S-300V4 system remains classified. According to some sources, it may be based on the S-300VM (SA-23 Gladiator) mobile air defense system.
S-300VM SA-23 Gladiator air defence missile system
     
Information on the advanced S-300V4 system remains classified. According to some sources, it may be based on the S-300VM (SA-23 Gladiator) mobile air defense system.
 

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