Putin’s alarming warning to the West as Russia reveals new Izdeliye-53 kamikaze drone

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NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — The tension between Russia and the West seems to be escalating, as Russia unveils a new kamikaze drone that has raised concerns and warnings.

The Russian Army has initiated testing of the Izdeliye-53 drone, a compact kamikaze drone that boasts an automated targeting system designed for upcoming “mass synchronised swarm attacks.” This development has sparked alarm and speculation about Russia’s intentions and capabilities.

The Izdeliye-53 drone is said to be based on the Russian-made Lancet and features an automated targeting system. This system has the capability to identify different types of targets, significantly increasing the probability of a successful strike.

While the drone’s current payload capacity is limited to a mere three to five kilograms, experts from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) suggest that the Russian military has expressed its intent to test these drones for “synchronised mass swarm attacks.”

Putin's alarming warning to the West as Russia reveals new Izdeliye 53 drone
Putin’s alarming warning to the West as Russia reveals new Izdeliye 53 drone

The ISW’s assessment also hints at Russia’s strategy to use a substantial number of attack drones to overpower Ukrainian air defenses.

This approach could potentially overwhelm existing defenses, although the small payload of the Izdeliye-53 drones may not be sufficient to cause significant damage to critical military targets.

It is worth noting that the Izdeliye-53 drone is equipped with an automatic guidance system, which enhances its ability to distinguish between target types and increase the success rate of attacks.

Testing of this drone reportedly commenced on October 21, signaling Russia’s commitment to advancing its capabilities in this domain.

Putin's alarming warning to the West as Russia reveals new Izdeliye 53 drone (2)
Putin’s alarming warning to the West as Russia reveals new Izdeliye 53 drone (2)

In addition to this development, recent reports suggest that Russian forces employed new Italmash UAVs, also known as Izdeliye-54 drones, in a drone strike near Kyiv.

The distinctive sound generated by these drones, likened to a lawnmower, has garnered attention and raised questions about their tactical applications.

The emergence of such advanced drone technology and Russia’s intent to use it for synchronized swarm attacks raise concerns among Western observers and prompt deliberations about potential implications for regional and global security.

These developments occur against the backdrop of an already complex relationship between Russia and the West, marked by geopolitical tensions and ongoing conflicts.

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin

Furthermore, these events coincide with the alleged imprisonment of a prominent hypersonic scientist, Professor Anatoly Gubanov. He faces a 12-year jail sentence for high treason, despite reportedly having official permission for sharing research with a project coordinated by the European Space Agency.

Gubanov’s expertise in hypersonic aviation technology and high-speed missiles underscores the significance of these developments and the broader context of technological advancements and their potential security implications.

In an increasingly interconnected world, such developments, both technological and political, have ripple effects that extend far beyond their countries of origin.

The significance of these events lies not only in the capabilities they represent but also in the potential shifts they may bring to the global balance of power and security landscape. As these developments continue to unfold, careful monitoring and analysis will be essential to navigate the complex dynamics at play.


News agencies contributed to this report, edited and published by ORDO News editors.

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