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Vietnam’s modern weapons presented at Army Games

Under the framework of the Army Games 2021, the Ministry of National Defense of Vietnam has organized a cultural space and an exhibition of weapons and military equipment in Hanoi.

 

The exhibition displays military equipment and weapons manufactured by the General Department of Defense Industry and the Military Industry - Telecommunications Group (Viettel).

The cultural space introduces the tradition, development and international integration of the Vietnam People's Army as well as art and fine art works showing Vietnamese culture, identity and people.

This is also a place to organize performances and folk games of Vietnam and participating countries, as well as sports exchanges on the sidelines of the competition.

The Military Medical Relay Race and Sniper Frontier contests of the International Army Games 2021 started at National Military Training Centre No 4 in Hanoi on August 31.

This is the first time Vietnam has hosted competitions of the Army Games, which once again affirms the sound cooperation among the militaries of Vietnam, Russia, and other countries.

The contests in Vietnam, slated for August 31 to September 3, sees the participation of Bangladesh, Belarus, Laos, Mali, Russia, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, and the host country.

The Army Games 2021, organised by Russia's Defence Ministry, is scheduled for August 22 - September 4 with 34 contests and 260 teams from 45 countries. Competition events are held in 11 countries.

This is the fourth time Vietnam has taken part in the games, competing in the largest number of contests so far.

Some photod of the exhibition:

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games

A light and close-in reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle designed and manufactured by Viettel Hi-tech Industrial Corporation. It can fly for 6 hours, with a maximum speed of 129km per hour.

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games

Models of military ships manufactured by the General Department of Defense Industry, including missile ships, artillery ships, patrol boats, military medical ships, cargo ships... for the Navy, Coast Guard and other maritime law enforcement forces.

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games

Various types of protective suits, camouflage, combat gear...

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games

Mid-range 3D radar model. Viettel has also researched and manufactured five types of radar for the Army, Air Defense, Air Force and Navy operating in medium, long-range, low-range.

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games

An intelligent electronic reconnaissance system.

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games


'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
  Guns, ammunition, and optical equipment for the infantry division.
'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games

In addition, the General Department of Defense Industry of Vietnam is able to manufacture weapons for the Navy and the Air Force.

'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
 
'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
 
'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
 
'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
 
'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
 
'Trình làng' vũ khí, khí tài hiện đại do Việt Nam sản xuất tại Army Games
 

Tran Thuong - Dinh Hieu

Contests of Army Games 2021 kicks off in Vietnam

Contests of Army Games 2021 kicks off in Vietnam

The Military Medical Relay Race and Sniper Frontier contests of the International Army Games 2021 started at National Military Training Centre No 4 in Hanoi on August 31.

 

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