Saturday, February 24, 2024

Myanmar show interest in Russian Unmanned Ground Vehicles

The Myanmar Army is showing growing interest in the Russian Unmanned Ground Vehicles, included also Uran-9 unmanned combat ground vehicle.

Myanmar’s Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, currently in the Russian Federation, accompanied by Lt-Gen Soe Htut and senior military officers of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief(Army) and Myanmar Military Attaché to the Russian Federation Brig-Gen Nyunt Swe, visited No 766 Production and Technological Equipment Center.

The Senior General and party viewed remote-controlled mine clearance vehicles, combat vehicles, and fire trucks and observed test driving. After viewing armoured vehicles, they rode them.Officials explained salient points.


Also, the Senior General viewed the new Russian Uran-9 tracked unmanned combat ground vehicle, Uran-6 demining robotic system, Uran-14 multi-purpose unmanned ground vehicle and small-scale robots.


Uran-9 tracked unmanned combat ground vehicle

The Uran-9 multipurpose unmanned ground combat vehicle is designed to provide remote reconnaissance and fire support to a variety of tasks conducted by the counter-terrorism, reconnaissance and military units in urban environments.

Fitted with a variety of weapons and sensors, the robot will improve the combat effectiveness of the infantry squads, while offering maximum protection to the personnel.

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