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Offbeat Russian Army Reveals Its Latest Weapon: Very Cute Puppies

07:15  04 january  2018
07:15  04 january  2018 Source:   insideedition.com

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Playing Russian Army Develops Its Latest Weapon : Puppies . And it is an all-out onslaught of adorable. Dozens of puppies of multiple breeds run and play in the video, but these aren't just any canines.

The Russian Army 's latest weapon of mass distraction has been revealed and it ' s powerful: Puppies . More than 3,000 dogs are employed in the Russian armed forces . RELATED STORIES. Foster Puppies Steal the Spotlight in Newborn Photo Shoot.

Russian Army Reveals Its Latest Weapon: Very Cute Puppies © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Russian Army Reveals Its Latest Weapon: Very Cute Puppies The Russian Army's latest weapon of mass distraction has been revealed and it's powerful: Puppies.

The country's Defense Ministry recently unveiled the new weapon in a doggone adorable New Year's greeting video from the revered 470th Dog Breeding Center outside Moscow.

And it is an all-out onslaught of adorable.

Dozens of puppies of multiple breeds run and play in the video, but these aren't just any canines.

Dogs from the Breeding Center are among the most decorated in Russia, a country that prides itself on its superior military hounds.

The 470th won an international competition last summer, beating out pups from Belarus, Egypt, Iran and Uzbekistan.

More than 3,000 dogs are employed in the Russian armed forces.

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