Russian UGVs Unmanned Ground Vehicles Soratnik and Nerehta took part in military exercises 13112163

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Russian UGVs Unmanned Ground Vehicles Soratnik and Nerehta took part in military exercises.
Russian UGVs (Unmanned Ground Vehicles) Soratnik and Nerehta took part in military exercises outside of Moscow, practicing reconnaissance and fire support for Russian army mechanized infantry unit. The drones took part for the first time in operational drills with the Central Command of the Russian Ground Forces.
     
Russian UGVs (Unmanned Ground Vehicles) Soratnik and Nerehta took part in military exercises outside of Moscow, practicing reconnaissance and fire support for Russian army mechanized infantry unit. The drones took part for the first time in operational drills with the Central Command of the Russian Ground Forces. The Russian Nerehta UGV is armed with a 12.7mm heavy machine gun
     

Soratnik is a UGV designed to provide reconnaissance along with an aerial drone and fire support. It features a computer control system, protected communication channel, and various sensors.Soratnik is armed with a large caliber machine gun and up to four anti-tank grenade launchers.

Nerehta is a universal tactical platform which can be equipped with various reconnaissance, battle, and transport modules. It can operate autonomously, select targets on its own, and can be commanded in manual mode from a distance of up to 5 km.

At the Russian military exercise the Nerehta UGV was armed with a 12.7mm heavy machine gun while the Soratnik UGV was armed with machine gun and anti-tank grenade launchers.

Russia has been actively developing new unmanned vehicles primarily for military use. The vehicles include UAVs, ground drones, and immobile combat sentries.
     
Russian UGVs (Unmanned Ground Vehicles) Soratnik and Nerehta took part in military exercises outside of Moscow, practicing reconnaissance and fire support for Russian army mechanized infantry unit. The drones took part for the first time in operational drills with the Central Command of the Russian Ground Forces. The Russian Soratnik UGV is armed with machine gun and anti-tank grenade launchers.
 

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