Vladimir Putin Opens a Military Disneyland for Young People

Children crawl over tanks and play with grenade launchers. Fighter jets and helicopters buzz overhead. Lunch in the canteen consists of army rations. Souvenirs are face masks, ballistic helmets and bomber jackets adorned with the word "Victory."
This is Patriot Park — a sort of military Disneyland an hour's drive from Moscow, where there is fun for the whole warmongering family.
Russian President Vladimir Putin officially opened the theme park to great fanfare on Tuesday, with appearances by a military choir and robot-dancing special forces unit. He said the new attraction continued russia's military patriotic work with young people.
Putin also used the opportunity to announce that 40 new ballistic missiles would be added to Russia's nuclear arsenal this year.