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Russia, Central Asia, and The Caucasus Post-Soviet Russia and some neglected smaller neighbors.

 
 
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Russia Boasts Soldier Armor Tested in Syria Has Perfect Protection

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Russia's military testing body has said that its new body armor system for soldiers has proven itself on the battlefields of Syria, a war where the country does not claim to have ground troops in combat roles, state news agency RIA Novosti reported on Wednesday.

The Ratnik armor system is Russia’s nascent personal equipment system for troops, intended to increase protection and connectivity among forces. Limited use of it began last year and Russian troops in Syria are apparently already sporting it.
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