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    Demolishing Team Work: Russian Battle Robots Destroy Target

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    Two Russian combat robots destroyed their target working in tandem.

    The shown robots reportedly use the Nerechta platform that can serve as a base for 18 replaceable modules. Depending on the combination, the robot can pull wounded soldiers from the battle field or deliver ammunition. In this video one of the robots is “a fighter,” while the other one is “an observer.”


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