Samuel Bendett, an associate research analyst in the Center for Naval Analyses’ Russia Studies Program and a fellow in Russia studies at the American Foreign Policy Council, discusses the buzz surrounding Russia’s Hunter unmanned aerial vehicle, the failure of its Uran-9 unmanned ground vehicle program following secret combat testing in Syria, the outlook for Russian submarine and unmanned underwater vehicle innovation, and more during a June 27, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian in Washington.

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  1. so must video i have seen showing Russia's ICBM vehicles the drivers close the windows or have them close already when passing by the camera in the days prior to the parade while most of other vehicles are random while clearly sensitive y'all think there might be a more dat?

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