Combat robot “Marker” will be released in a series with ATGM “Cornet” as the main weapon
MOSCOW, March 31 – RIA Novosti. The Russian combat robot “Marker” received as a weapon a powerful anti-tank complex “Cornet”, the guided missile of which can pierce armor more than 1 meter. With such weapons, the robot is planned to be launched in a rapid sequence for later use in the NWO, an informed source told RIA Novosti.
As the interlocutor of the agency said, “The Marker robotic complex, equipped with a new combat module with the Kornet complex, is planned to immediately go into mass production for the needs of a special army, after the elimination of a number of interpretations operation.”
The source spoke about the modernization of the circulating ammunition “Lancet”.
“Given that the Kornet can penetrate more than 1 meter of homogeneous armor, a robot equipped with such a complex will be very useful in the fight against enemy armored vehicles and other objects,” the source added.
Earlier, the head of the Tsarskie Wolves group of military-technical experts, the former general director of Roskosmos Dmitry Rogozin, posted on his page on the VKontakte social network a video with a Marker equipped with a Kornet.
“I’m posting today’s special video on testing the Marker combat robot with the Kornet anti-tank missile system. For the first time, we installed four anti-tank systems simultaneously on the rotary support module of this robotic complex, we tried .. … it turned out,” Rogozin wrote under the video.
The video he posted shows the Marker at the test site, equipped with a four-missile Cornet launcher. The robot then launches one of the missiles that hits a target in the training area, simulating the enemy’s command and observation point.
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