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ТЕХНІКА ВІЙНИ №118. Розмінування. Шолом для ЗСУ [ENG SUB]
У випуску: - Парад військ на 27-річчя Незалежності України - Оперативне та гуманітарне розмінування Донбасу. Укроборонсервіс, Трансімпекс, The Halo Trust, Danish Demining Group (DDG), Fondation Suisse de Déminage (FSD) - Створення асоціації «Космос» - Міністр оборони Степан Полторак. ВПК ППО - Державні випробування комплексу «Вільха» - Мі-8 для миротворців в Конго. АН 124-100 “Руслан”. Сертифікат Ан-2-100 - Партія медичних МТЛБ-С. БМП-1АК у ЗСУ - Презентація командирського Богдан 2351. Відновлення ТДА-М на базі ГАЗ-66 - Бойовий спеціальний комплект для ССО України - Російський автомат ШАК-12 та кулемет РПК-16 - САУ К9 для Індії - Катастрофи Ка-29, Як-130, Іл-76, Dassault Mirage 2000 - L-39NG для Сенегалу. Китайські J-31 та Xian H-20 - Безпілотні системи та боротьба з дронами - Кораблі Govind для Аргентини. Російські кораблі втекли з Сирії через США. Ударна група на чолі з авіаносцем Гарі Трумен - Виставки Defexpo India-2018 та Sea-Air-Space-2018 - Новий шолом для української армії. Технічне завдання від Міністерства оборони України. ТЕМП-3000 та UARPA. Каска-1М та TOR-D https://www.facebook.com/weaponstv/ TV show “War technologies” №118. Extending. Helmet for UAF Topics: - Parade of troops for the 27th anniversary of Independence of Ukraine - Operational and humanitarian demining of Donbass. Ucroboronservice, Transimpex, The Halo Trust, Danish Demining Group (DDG), Fondation Suisse de Déminage (FSD) - Creation of the Cosmos Association - Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak. Military air defense - State tests of the complex "Vylkha" - Mi-8 for peacekeepers in Congo. AN 124-100 "Ruslan". Certificate An-2-100 - Medical Battalion of MTBL-S BMP-1АК in the Armed Forces of Ukraine - Presentation of commander Bogdan 2351. Restoration of TDA-M on the basis of GAZ-66 - Combat special kit for the SOF of Ukraine - Russian machine ShAK-12 and machine gun PKK-16 - SAU K9 for India - Air crashes of Ka-29, Yak-130, Il-76, Dassault Mirage 2000 - L-39NG for Senegal. Chinese J-31 and Xian H-20 - Unmanned Systems and Dronekillers - Govind ships for Argentina. Russian ships escaped from Syria through the United States. Shock group headed by aircraft carrier Gary Truman - Exhibitions Defexpo India-2018 and Sea-Air-Space-2018 - A new helmet for the Ukrainian army. Specification from the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. TEMP-3000 and UARPA. Casket-1M and TOR-D
SOFINS 2017 Special Operations Forces Innovations Network Seminar Exhibition France Camp Souge day 3
As Official Online Show Daily News and Web TV for SOFINS 2017, the Special Operations Forces Innovation Network Seminar Exhibition, Army Recognition has covered the event with its Defense and Security Web TV news channel showing latest innovations and technologies of military products for Special Forces Operations. Summary Day 3 Show Daily News Defense and Security Web TV at SOFINS 2017: - 00:19 Musthane Mustmove DFP allows military vehicles to be freed from sand or mud in less than 15 min - 00:31 Live demonstration of French Army Special Forces - 01:08 Prototype of VLFS Light Vehicle Special Forces unveiled by Renault Trucks Defense at SOFINS 2017 - 01:41 French Company EMD demonstrates demining equipment including the compact mine detector F3 Compact - 04:14 Live demonstration of Sherpa Light 4x4 Special Forces vehicle from Renault Trucks Defense - 06:39 Training system for helicopter gunners by the Canadian Company Priority 1 Air Rescue - 08:47 Nexter Systems Titus 6x6 armoured vehicle for law enforcement units and SWAT TEAM - 10:09 Dupont Company demonstrates Thermo-Man life-size thermal burn injury evaluation system Read more news about SOFINS 2017 at this link http://www.armyrecognition.com/sofins_2017_news_official_online_show_daily/index.php Army Recognition Group Global Defence & Security News Defense & Security News Web TV Online magazine for defence and security industry Worldwide Defense & Security News Marketing and advertising for Defense & Security Industry and Exhibition Land Forces equipment, weapons and vehicles http://www.armyrecognition.com Contact mail: [email protected]
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Islamic State Doubles Size in Libya
a United States general stated Thursday that the number of Islamic State fighters in Libya has roughly doubled over the last 18 months. Now tallied between 4,000 and 6,000 fighters, General David Rodriguez added they are mainly situated in the port of Sirte while some have moved east into Benghazi. For months U.S. officials have warned about the rise of ISIS in Libya, with worries that the terrorist group could seize that country's oil reserves and wealth. In February, Secretary of State John Kerry stressed the importance of Libya's new unity government's efforts to keep the terrorists at bay. http://feeds.nbcnews.com/c/35002/f/663303/s/4ecafe72/sc/7/l/0L0Snbcnews0N0Cstoryline0Cisis0Eterror0Cnumber0Eisis0Efighters0Elibya0Ehas0Edoubled0En552476/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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FSB busts ISIS-linked cell with explosives planning terror attack in southern Russia
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained the members of a radical Islamic group, which recruited fighters for Islamic State and planned a terror attack in the southern Volgograd Region. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/79ig RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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NATO's Turkey is main arms supplier to ISIS terrorists in Syria - Russia tells UN
Published on 1 Apr 2016 Russia has accused Turkey of being the main supplier of weapons and ammunition to Daesh terrorists in Syria. Russia's Ambassador to UN Vitaly Churkin said in a letter to the UN Security Council that three Turkish foundations are supplying weapons and military equipment to Daesh terrorists. He said Turkey's National Intelligence Organization oversees the transfers. According to Churkin, 1.9 million dollars worth of explosives and chemicals has been smuggled across Turkey's border to foreign-backed militants. Russia, which is carrying out an aerial campaign against Daesh and other terrorist groups within Syria, has on several occasions accused Turkey of buying illegal oil from Daesh. Russian military planes have repeatedly targeted trucks used by Daesh to smuggle. Tony Gosling Investigative Journalist Russia accuses Turkey of arming extremists in Syria By EDITH M. LEDERER Associated Press APRIL 1, 2016 — 6:50PM TEXT SIZE 1 0 EMAIL PRINT MORE UNITED NATIONS — Russia is accusing three Turkish foundations of supplying weapons and military equipment to Islamic State extremists in Syria and says $1.9 million worth of explosives and industrial chemicals were smuggled across Turkey's border to extremist groups. Russia's U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said in a letter to the U.N. Security Council circulated Friday that Turkey is the main supplier of weapons and ammunition to IS fighters. He said the transfers are overseen by the country's National Intelligence Organization and are delivered mainly by vehicles, "including as part of humanitarian convoys." In an email, a spokesman for Turkey's U.N. Mission said the Russian letter "obviously contains baseless allegations which we totally reject." He pointed out that many Turkish citizens have been killed in attacks by IS, which he called a national security threat. Russia's air campaign that began on Sept. 30 has helped close ally Syria make broad advances on the ground in the five-year-old war that has killed over 250,000 people. Turkey, Saudi Arabia and other regional players have backed opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad and are loath to see him strengthen his grip on power. The Turkish spokesman said Russia's letter was "an attempt to overshadow the civilian deaths, havoc and destruction in Syria caused by the military operations of the Russian Federation, the regime's staunchest ally." The Islamic State group is on the back foot in Iraq and Syria, where forces on the ground supported by U.S.-led airstrikes have targeted the extremists. Russian aircraft are also targeting IS positions. The U.S.-led international coalition estimates that the militant group has lost 40 percent of the territory it once held in Iraq and around 20 percent of its territory in Syria. Churkin's letter gave details of convoys with military equipment and munitions for IS fighters, and of funding allegedly arranged by the three foundations. It said one foundation has sent 7,500 vehicles with various supplies to IS-controlled territory since 2011. The letter said that among the supplies delivered to IS were ammunition for TOW anti-tank missile systems, RPG-7 grenade launchers and small arms, M-60 recoilless rifles, 82mm mortar shells, hand grenades, communication tools and equipment from the Turkish intelligence services. The letter also said "smuggling explosives and industrial chemicals to terrorist groups operating in Syria is also usually organized from Turkish territory" through the border crossings. "In order to pass through the border controls unimpeded, effectively with the complicity of the Turkish authorities, products are processed for companies that are purportedly registered in Jordan and Iraq," it said. Churkin said large consignments of explosives are often transported by water, especially the Euphrates River. The letter listed the total supplies of explosives and industrial chemicals sent "to terrorists through Turkey in 2015." It said 2,500 tons of ammonium nitrate worth approximately $788,700 were sent along with 456 tons of potassium nitrate worth $468,700, 75 tons of aluminum powder worth $496,500, sodium nitrate worth $19,400, glycerin worth $102,500, and nitric acid worth $34,000.
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