“Kantanka Advanced Technology Center (KTCE)”, located in the Republic of Ghana, demonstrated at the 38th military technology exhibition its first army exoskeleton and military armored transporter equipped with a laser rangefinder and called “the largest in the world.” It is unclear whether fighters in the new camouflage exoskeletons are quite mobile, and also does miss the development of a bullet. Judging by the published stories, the costumes are quite heavy, but endowed with hydraulics. It is not yet clear how applicable they are in military practice and whether the functions assigned to this type of equipment actually perform: transferring the weight of the paratrooper and facilitating the passage of rough terrain. With BTR, too, is not so simple. The developers did not present the exact characteristics of the car, but judging by the video, the armored car has a height of 4 meters and a length of about 10-12 m. There is a gun on the roof, several hatches and pipes, possibly for organizing a smoke screen. To place the military inside the APC, a passage was installed at the back and external video surveillance was organized around the perimeter. However, the modest ground clearance of the armored car and its excessive dimensions suggest that it most likely has very limited off-road capabilities. The degree of armor protection is also unknown.