The latest Russian tank on the platform of “Armata” will be shown on the second day of the exhibition Russia Arms Expo – 2015 to be held in September in Nizhny Tagil.

Posted: August 2, 2015 in 125mm, Armata, Exhibition, Tank, Uralvagonzavod
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“On the first day of the exhibition  demonstrations of military equipment will be integrated as part of Combat.” Armata “will not take part in them. These screenings are conducted on the technique, which is the standard weapon for the Defense Ministry. New products, including the famous” Armata “on the exhibition will be shown on the second day. This is a traditional day for new products when the company shows its new products, including – in the dynamics, “- according to Tass general director of Nizhny Tagil Institute of Metal Testing Nikolai Smirnov.

For the first time the general public will witness the latest developments from “Uralvagonzavod” shown under the Victory Day parade on Red Square in Moscow. Perspective T-14 has been highly praised by foreign experts. The main difference from the existing analogue machines in that it has an isolated compartment in which the crew sits. The turret is uninhabited and is controlled remotely.The tank shoots 125 mm gun capable of penetrating through a meter of steel.

Earlier, Deputy General Director Alexei Uralvagonzavod Zharich said that “Armata” for Nizhny Tagil exhibition is likely to be presented “in a glass”. Deciding how to demonstrate new weapons, it was to take the Ministry of Defence. Guide Uralvagonzavod intended definitively resolve the issue of combat exposure platform before September.

Russia Arms Expo – 2015 will be held from 9 to 12 September at the site Prospector. RAE – one of the largest international exhibitions of weapons of Russian and foreign production. The event was attended by over 400 exhibitors, the defense ministers and chiefs of general staffs of the 50 states and abroad. The audience of visitors make up more than 20 thousand people.

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