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The T-14 tank on the heavy tracked Armata platform was launched into batch production after an upgrade. The first batch of 16 tanks will be supplied by the end of the year. On May 9, new T-14 will participate in the VE-Day parade in Red Square. They will be then distributed among units in various parts of the country for operation in close to combat conditions, the Izvestia daily writes.

Last Sunday (27th January), an unofficial source in the Russian defence industry, quoted by TASS news agency, said that a new system makes it possible to promptly receive photo and video data on emergency occurrence sites and battlefields or in areas where information acquisition by conventional means is complicated or jeopardizes human life. Russian armed forces will receive the individual reconnaissance system Glaz (‘Eye’), a mini device with a high-resolution camera launched from a signal pistol. However, there is no official confirmation to the report.

The U.S. Department of Defense wants a portable nuclear reactor the size of a main battle tank that’s capable of being lifted to overseas hot spots, Kyle Mizokami reports on Foxtrot Alpha. The reactor would provide megawatts of power for U.S. forces, providing juice for everything from Xboxes to directed energy weapons. A mobile reactor would also make the military less reliant on diesel fuel for electrical generators, which in some cases must be sent along dangerous resupply lines.

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The U.S. Marine Corps’ Amphibious Combat Vehicle program reached another milestone, proving the vehicle’s ability to deliver future combat power from ship to shore and follow-on objectives. Program Executive Officer Land Systems recently completed testing on the ACV, which proved the new vehicles' ability to not only take on challenging surf, but also complete a long swim from ship to shore and back.

The Warrior Platform is an ongoing project initiated by the Republic of Korea (ROK) Army. Its goal is to modernize individual equipment of all its combat troops and bring them up to contemporary standards and beyond.

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