Russian land forces to receive modern vehicles
Russian land forces will receive more than 1,850 vehicles in 2019 along with special equipment, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced on 3 January.
The vehicles will include Typhoon-K and Typhoon-U armoured vehicles, as well as RKhM-8 and RKhM-8 chemical reconnaissance vehicles.
Intelligence units will receive Tigr-M armoured vehicles equipped with the Arbalet-DM combat module with remote control, Aistenok portable radar and Fara-VR. Signal troops will receive over 60 modern R-441LM and R-444NL satellite communication stations.
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