Russia receives fresh batch of BMP-3 IFVs, new Kamikaze Drones

The Russian Army has received a fresh batch of BMP-3 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFV) from Kurganmashzavod, the state-owned arms manufacturer, and is expected to be soon used in the ongoing conflict with Ukraine.

This is the third batch of BMP-3 transferred as a part of the state defense order. Manufactured at High-Precision Complexes’ Kurganmashzavod, the BMP-3 is equipped with the Sodema gunner-operator’s main sight and additional protection kits – armored screens and grilles.

Also, reports reveal the development of an inexpensive and simple kamikaze drone, Privet-82, for mass coordinated strikes is also slated to be received.