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MOSCOW, March 14. /TASS/. The electronic visor of Russia’s future Ratnik-3 infantry combat system will have a laser targeting function designed especially for hand arms, the deputy commander of Russia’s airborne troops for logistics affairs, Major-General Nariman Timergazin, told the media.
"Ratnik-3 will boast an electronic visor and an exoskeleton. The visor will enable personnel to enjoy the advantages of laser targeting while using hand arms in action," Timergazin said.
The new targeting system will guarantee 100-percent accuracy. Timergazin kept quiet about the parameters of the exoskeleton of the future.
Currently Russia’s airborne troops are being equipped with the Ratnik system, which, alongside bulletproof vests and other gear includes new models of firearms that considerably enhance the personnel’s battlefield capabilities.