Russian defense spending increased by one-third this year, and should reach by 2016 (pictured is a Kornet-D self-propelled anti-tank complex)
Picture of the Bumerang (Boomerang) The new Russian Bumerang Armored Personnel Carried will feature a crew of three with seating for an additional nine.
Big plans: Russian President Vladimir Putin plans on spending 20 trillion rubles on new weapons in the years
Армата Armata MBT with unmanned turret.
- The Infantry Fighting Vehicle is a part of the Armata UCP line of vehicles serving the revitalized Russian ground forces.
The Armata, set to go on display at the Moscow Victory Day Parade this week, is said to surpass all Western versions because of its remotely controlled cannon and the protection it offers its crew.