Russia shows the technology of antibom and fire armor

russian armor bomb-resistant. © Russia Today
Russia's combat-making equipment maker is showing off the latest war suits using a model of a woman walking in a simulated war site. As he walked he passed the bombs that exploded under his feet and his body was also covered in fire and smoke.

Professional replacement actor named Viktoria Kolesnikova is not hurt when wearing war clothes. She walked confidently until the call was announced, and she took off the helmet on her head.

Kolesnikova felt very proud and did not believe in what she experienced.

"Walking in the middle of the blaze is amazing, it's really beautiful and the point, 'wow,'" he said.

Sergey Kitov, head of the development team at TsNIITochMash, said this was a demonstration of the company's advanced technology. The armor is designed from sophisticated aramid fabrics, used to withstand threats and fire attacks.

Kitov said the design of combat suits is actually good enough to hold bullets and hot tin fractions but they are still developing their capabilities, as quoted by Russia Today, Tuesday (31/10).

The company hopes to have an end product by 2020 to bid for a military contract as part of the Ratnik program.

Kitov told reporters there was not much effort to persuade Viktoria to undergo the demonstration.

"You know, our girls are fighters and desperate to face danger," he said.

Here's a video on the armor demonstration:


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