At Patriot Park in Kubinka, outside Moscow, Russian president opened the Army 2022 military exhibition. There, many weapons & vehicles was showed off.
Recently, Russian President Vladimir Putin opened the military exhibition "Army 2022" at Patriot Park in Kubinka, outside Moscow. The event will run until August 22 with a wide variety of military service weapons, vehicles and accessories on display.

Among the new products are the M-81, a robot modeled after Boston Dynamics' famous Spot dog, and Unitree Robotic's UnitreeYushuTechnologyDog, but it has an RPG-26 anti-tank missile on its back and camouflages it with a suit. Ninja-Yoroi clothes.

Russian news agency RIA Novosti posted a close-up video of the M-81 with very flexible movements and then lying on the ground. This would be pretty cute if it weren't for weapons of mass destruction.

According to some experts, this is a model of the M-81 robotic system capable of conducting targeted shooting, transporting weapons and serving other civilian purposes. In addition, it can be used in emergency areas that need scouting, traversing rubble, and transporting medicine.

Although it has demonstrated some very agile movements, it is not clear if the M-81 has completed the testing process and can be put into practical use.

Many experts argue that it is not designed for use in a short-term military scenario and that this is unlikely to last long in a combat zone, even with ninja attire.


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