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MILEX 2014: Exhibition of Arms And Military Machinery

Posted on July 10, 2014 by team

Milex-2014 is an exhibition of arms and military machinery that attracts many buyers from other countries, from Asia and Africa. They are not coming for seeing, but for making serious contracts. We want to show you the pictures from the event held in Minsk, Belarus, that united 140 companies this year. Italy and China presented their exhibits for the first time.

Belarus has more than 30 examples of new military and special equipment, it actively participates in the event and presents what it has today. The country focuses on development of aerospace, information and telecommunication technologies. Today the main spheres of Belorussian defence are cybernetics, robotized military systems and remote-piloted vehicles.

On the site near “Minsk-Arena” they exhibit anti-aircraft missile systems, radar stations, field hospitals and multiple rocket launch systems.


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7 Responses to “MILEX 2014: Exhibition of Arms And Military Machinery”

  1. nikoliy says:

    In east Ukraine their is a group of a few thousand willing to do some testing with all this equipment and Ukraine is sending lots of targets to test them on.

  2. Vijay says:

    All this is a lot of money, resources and may same impressive today. However, even just a few decades from today, not even a kid will want to play with all these. They will abandoned and forgotten by humanity. Perhaps sometimes, a bird or an animal may accidentally use it for rest. The proof for this is all the pictures here of older abandoned military sites, equipment etc., shared here before. Due to fast changes in tech, today’s treasures are tomorrows trash. This happens too fast these days.

  3. OldBikr says:

    Bullets, bombs, babes, and babies….I suppose it was a good time for all.

  4. Adam from Canada says:

    Thanks for sharing cool pics

  5. Mister Twister says:

    All those photos… looks like the man behind the camera captured all the… important details ;p

  6. Dar says:

    Doesn’t seem too serious is they’re having “booth babes” and allowing children and teens.

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