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In Video: BMPT Terminator Live-Fire Drills

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In Video: BMPT Terminator Live-Fire Drills

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Live-fire drills of BMPT Terminator crews took place at the training range of the Central Military District the Russian region of Chelyabinsk.

In Video: BMPT Terminator Live-Fire Drills

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Dick Von Dast'Ard

Belarus could make good use of these MBT support combat vehicles, along with MiG-35.

Samuel Vanguard

russian military technology will dominate the 21st century

Supreme Blyat

They did 20 too.

Jesus

It is not only technology, it is its practical applications in proven weapons to increased their lethality……unlike technology in the US where unproven technologies on unproved weapon systems create a operational and logistical nightmare.

Steve Standley

Can anyone say New York Harbor?

HiaNd

S. Francisko, L.A…

Ole Johansen

I see why it makes sense to have missiles attached to jets, but not why you need to bring a nuke driven (propelled) torpedo attach to a sub. That unless the point is that this Torpedo makes a hell of a noise and is easy to detect by whatever shit Uncle Sam is listening with under water, but the nuke driven makes no point.

As I see it this is a autonomous sub almost and that it can go on its own from lets say Murmansk to New York on its own or to LA from the same starting point.

I can not make any sense of the mock up.

HiaNd

?!?
all torpedo’s are related to its launch platform (sub) This one is just too big for launch tube so it is attached on exterior of the sub for launch.
This torpedo is faster and goes deeper than any other existing torpedo (or sub) when on full speed (probably noisy enough to be heard (when on full speed) but can’t be intercepted).
In cruise mode it is probably VERY silent.

It is not “autonomous sub” just guided torpedo that goes from point A to point B.
They can change direction, depth, speed but can’t make it loiter forever maybe even not to change target once launched (I don’t know how much programmable it is).
You can’t see the sense because it is just guided torpedo not DRONE mini sub like you have imagined.

Lone Ranger

Blyatful.
The best in it’s class.
Good job Comrades 🤗👍🏅

Steve Standley

Russian military has said that these will be capable of ant-drone defense soon. This means small object radar, 30mm airburst ammunition, and target solution software to handle drone swarms. US has nothing like it.

Dick Von Dast'Ard

2K22 Tunguska already does that mission role.

Steve Standley

I’m just telling you what they said. They are talking about UAVs in near-space and swarms. They have an even better replacement for the Tunguska. The 2S38. But these are for medium sized to larger drones (tunguska aagms).

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