These harrowing images show Putin has been training children for war
Pictures show youngsters holding rocket launchers, wearing gas masks and even parachuting out of a plane.
Revealing shots depict pupils from the General Yermolov Cadet School taking part in weapons training during several field exercises near the village of Sengileyevskoye, just outside the south Russian city of Stavropol.
The school, which is a conveyor belt leading straight to the frontline, introduces children to war games at an early age, so they are trained killing machines by the time Vladimir Putin orders them into action.
The images even show a young girl firing an automatic weapon into the sky.
These children could be on the frontline soon if war breaks out
Some of the photos date back to 2011, meaning several of these highly-trained and ruthlessly murderous juveniles are likely currently be engaging in active duty.
These infant-ry soldiers could already be stalking the battlefields of Syria or even be about to spring to Kim Jong-un’s defence in North Korea.
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Fifth-grade students of the General Yermolov Cadet School wear gas masks during their first military tactical exercise on the ground, which includes radiation resistance classes, forest survival studies and other activities, in Stavropol, Russia
Perhaps they will even come face to face with Donald Trump’s military men and women in the coming weeks as the world descends into chaos.
The school teaches the children how to assemble, load and fire weapons and engage in hand-to-hand combat such as boxing and wrestling.
The children are trained in hand-to-hand combat
President Putin has been ramping up the rhetoric in recent weeks and revealed.
He possesses the “father of all bombs”, four times bigger than President Trump’s “mother of all bombs” used to wipe out Islamic State underground tunnels in Afghanistan.
Children practice with live ammunition
As long as Mr Putin continues to prop up Syrian despot Bashar al-Assad, war in the Middle East remains a real possibility.
It is also likely the Russian strongman would wade into any potential North Korean conflict, possibly backed by China, who have vested interests in the region.