Armata

Armata

 

ancient name of an artillery gun that appeared in Rus’ in the second half of the 14th century. The barrel was made of iron bent into a tube whose seam was then welded. The barrel of heavy-caliber guns was made from several welded strips of iron.

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The observe side of the first coin bears the State Coat of Arms of the Ground Forces of the Russian Federation, the second coin features the image of a Red Army soldier, the Spasskaya tower of the Moscow Kremlin and BA-27 armoured truck, while the third coin depicts a modern infantry trooper and Armata infantry fighting vehicle.
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However, experts say that the T-14 Armata, a next-generation platform that the Russians are developing, could challenge some aspects of the Abrams' supremacy.
The Armata is a "sensation" that will transform warfare.
com/pulse/russias-armata-tank-next-wave-high-tech-ground-warfare-1964619) Armata series of tanks, 2,300 of which the Russia army is expected to add to its arsenal by 2025.
HM the King, accompanied by the Russian officials, was briefed on the latest Russian military technology of the military equipment on exhibition, including the high-tech Russian air defence missile system (S-400) and the latest Russian T-14 Armata tanks.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Germany's efforts to create a competitor to the Russian next-generation Armata tank have not yet proven to be successful, according to Dave Majumdar, defense editor of the US magazine The National Interest.
Russia's foreign partners, including China and India, have expressed interest in purchasing new military equipment presented at the May 9 Victory Day parade in Moscow, including the Armata tank, Russian Presidential Aide Vladimir Kozhin has told the Izvestia newspaper.
And, also in the tradition of that era, ordinary people were quick to joke when the tank stalled during the parade rehearsal: "The Armata truly has unprecedented destructive power; a battalion can destroy the entire Russian budget
Russia staged its biggest ever military parade yesterday to mark VE day, featuring its mighty new T-14 Armata tank - which embarrassed Vladimir Putin by breaking down during rehearsals on Thursday.
But Putin was embarrassed when a giant T-14 Armata tank broke down opposite Lenin's mausoleum during Thursday's rehearsal and a BUK missile launcher caught fire yesterday.
Among the armour on display was the Armata T-14, which will be Russia's first new battle tank to be deployed for 40 years, as soldiers, some wearing World War Two uniforms, filed past the Kremlin under blue skies and bright sunshine.