Putin unveils KAMIKAZE Kalashnikov military drone able to 'bypass ANY air defence system'

Putin unveils KAMIKAZE Kalashnikov military drone able to 'bypass ANY air defence system'

RUSSIA has revealed its latest weapon – a deadly kamikaze drone capable of “bypassing any air defence system” built by AK-47 manufacturer Kalashnikov.

Moscow is continuing its unchecked military aggression against its neighbours and the West as Vladimir Putin’s military adds cutting-edge technology to its war machine, such as last week’s testing of “undetectable” nuclear weapons. Now Russia’s latest military machine has just been unveiled, a deadly kamikaze drone.
Russia’s Kalashnikov drone is about to be rolled-out across the military after “successfully completing” trials.
And military officials have boasted of how the latest precision weapon from arms giant Kalashnikov can “deliver explosives to any terrain, bypassing systems of air defence.”
Capable of flying for half an hour, the KYB (Cube) drone received its debut at Dubai’s international IDEX arms exhibition.

A video shows the unmanned military flying machine exploding as it reaches its target.
The Russian drone flies at speeds of up to 80mph (130kph) and can carry a payload of explosives up to 3kg (7lbs), Kalashnikov claims.

Sergey Chemezov, head of Russian arms company Rostec, said: “This is an extremely precise and very effective weapon, incredibly hard to fight by traditional air defence systems.

He said: “The explosive can be delivered to target regardless of how well hidden it is.

“It operates ‘regardless of hidden terrains, at both high and low altitude.”The drone was developed by ZALA Aero, a subdivision of Kalashnikov Concern.

Russia also boasted of having begun supplying Kalashnikov AK103 third generation assault rifles to Saudi Arabia under a contract signed between the two countries in 2017.

Russia and Saudi Arabia are also poised to agree the joint production of the AK103 in Saudi Arabia.

The Kalashnikov kamikaze drone was not the only talking points at the IDEX arms exhibition.Russia also boasted of having begun supplying Kalashnikov AK103 third generation assault rifles to Saudi Arabia under a contract signed between the two countries in 2017.

Russia and Saudi Arabia are also poised to agree the joint production of the AK103 in Saudi Arabia.

The Kalashnikov kamikaze drone was not the only talking points of the IDEX arms exhibition.

Moscow is also taking its Pantsir-ME “Shell” naval turret overseas.

Armed with two six-barrel rotating guns and a set of eight missiles, the Pantsir-ME can strike four targets simultaneously, even if they arrive from different directions.
The Viking, an upgraded export version of the Buk-M3 air defence system was also unveiled.

Vikings can lock onto more targets and launch more missiles – up to six each – shooting down enemy aircraft from 40 miles (65km) away.

And The S-13T air-to-surface rockets, capable of penetrating heavy armour and thick concrete before destroying ground targets, were also on show at IDEX.

These “bunker busters” are designed to obliterate hangars and underground command centres from the inside with powerful blast waves, generated by the rockets’ thermobaric munitions.

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