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Russia is seeking to equip its airborne troops with a variety of new weaponry in the coming years.


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Russia is seeking to equip its airborne troops with a variety of new weaponry in the coming years, including BMD-4M airborne infantry fighting vehicles (AIFVs) and new sniper rifles, the head of the service said on 8 December. "We are expecting to receive up to 200 BMD-4M AIFVs in the next few years to significantly increase the combat capability of our troops," said Lieutenant General Vladimir Shamanov, according to comments conveyed by state news service RIA Novosti. "Paratroopers will also get indigenous Shakhin infrared scopes, new sniper rifles, underwater assault rifles and other advanced weaponry and gear," he said.Russia is seeking to equip its airborne troops with a variety of new weaponry in the coming years, including BMD-4M airborne infantry fighting vehicles (AIFVs) and new sniper rifles, the head of the service said on 8 December.

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