Troops to receive 20 strike robots Uran-9
A new batch of 20 strile robots Uran-9 will soon be transferred to OJSC 766 Department of Production and Technological Completion to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. This was reported to the Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation, General of the Army Sergei Shoigu, during a visit to an enterprise where robotic systems for various purposes are being developed and produced.
At OJSC 766 DPTC, another batch of five Uran-9 robotic strike systems has been produced and is ready for delivery to the Armed Forces. Each complex includes one command post, mounted on the basis of a KamAZ vehicle, and four combat vehicles. Delivery will be completed shortly.
Earlier it was reported that in January, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation were supplied with five Uran-9 complexes, including 20 combat vehicles, and two more robots separately.
Armament of Uran-9 consists of a 30-mm automatic cannon, Ataka anti-tank guided missiles, and Shmel flamethrowers.