The Ukrainian military successfully tested Myslyvets (Ukrainian for 'hunter', - 112 International) the unmanned reconnaissance and weapon system. The press service of the Cabinet posted this on Facebook.
'During the tests, the experts checked its capability to overcome obstacles, to complete a range of engineering, tehcnical and combat missions. The developers marked that the device can carry thee armement of various sorts - a machinegun, an automatic grenade launcher, a portable missile launcher, cannons, et cetera', the message says.
After the tests, the system will be adopted by the Ukrainian Armed Forces and sent to the combat area in Donbas.
As we reported earlier, the first test launch of Javelin missiles took place in Ukraine on May 22. President Petro Poroshenko added that the Ukrainian servicemen completed the due training that is necessary to use this particular kind of weapon. 'You've seen the happy faces of our soldiers. Their dream has come true today. This is a very symbolic thing because it's a symbol of cooperation with our U.S. partners', he said. The launches of Javelin missiles appeared to be successful, as all rockets hit the targets. The military also performed training launches of Ukraine-made anti-tank missile systems Stugna.