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    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
    • Ultimate Combat Team: 11 Hardcore Russian Weapons
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    The Russian Tu-160 White Swan is a supersonic variable-sweep wing heavy strategic bomber/missile carrier, designed to engage targets around the globe with nuclear and conventional weapons. It can carry up to 40 tons of weapons.

    The Business Insider compiled its own list of Russia’s "most incredible weapon systems." Meet these vehicles at their finest.

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    weapons, Mi-28N, Tu-160, Buk-M2, Novorossiysk submarine, Pantsir-S1, T-90, RS-24 Yars, MiG-35, S-300, Alexander Nevsky submarine, Russian Armed Forces, Russia
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