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Ukraine War: Putin’s ‘Iron Man’ will attack Ukraine! Prepared ‘Superpower Suit’, but a shortcoming became a headache for Russia


Moscow : The Russian army is now more aggressive than ever in the Ukraine war. On Saturday, Russia used its super-destroyer Kinjal hypersonic missile against Ukraine, which blew up a Ukrainian military base. Now news is coming that Russian soldiers will enter the battlefield wearing a ‘Vajra suit’. Russia has developed ‘exoskeleton’ suits for its soldiers that they can wear during war. It is believed that they can be used in the Ukraine war.

The hi-tech ‘Iron-Man’ style suit provides soldiers with tight protection, extreme strength, accuracy and the ability to run fast and long distances in difficult terrain. Russia has been working on these exo-suits secretly for many years. According to the report of Dailystar, Russia is preparing to use them in the Ukraine war. According to the news of The Sun, the Russian army had earlier tested so-called ‘active powered’ exoskeletons that were capable of equipping soldiers with amazing powers.
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Super-powers come wearing a suit
These were designed to enhance the capability of the soldiers. The suit is capable of increasing strength as well as lethal accuracy from a distance, speed, battery power and injury protection. Wearing this suit, the soldier can cover long distances with heavy weight and can hit his targets with machine guns accurately. Its inbuilt hydraulics system gives soldiers the strength to carry heavy goods.

Suit increases the capacity of the entire unit
Similar powerless suits are already being used in the car-making industry to help relieve workers’ muscle pain. In tests last year, Russia’s Rostec State Corporation claimed the ‘Iron Man’ suit had proved “very effective” in Syria’s operations. The Russian media organization Sputnik said that apart from enhancing the capabilities of a single soldier, it enhances the combat capability of the entire unit.

Suit has a big drawback
Russian scientists are hoping to complete their design by 2025. They claim that they want to make it stronger and faster. Russia has also developed powerless ‘Ratnik’ combat suits, developed by the Central Research Institute for Precision Machine Building. This suit is designed to avoid the biggest drawback of the exo-suit. There is one biggest drawback to the Exo-Suite. If its battery runs out, the soldier can be trapped inside and unable to move until help arrives.

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