Ukraine - Russia Invasion conflict

According to information published by the Ukrainian online magazine "Defense Express" on April 27, 2022, the Intelligence Services of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has published a report announcing the use of foreign MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) that could be the American-made M270. To date, the U.S. government has not officially disclosed information about the delivery of M270 or M142 HIMARS rocket/missile launcher systems to Ukraine.

LAST UPDATE May 19, 2022: Army Recognition editorial team has listed all the foreign weapons, military equipment, combat, and armored vehicles delivered to Ukraine by all the countries in the world including the United States and a large majority of European countries, since the beginning of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. We will update this list day by day according to the latest news published on the Internet.

As reported by David Vergun from the U.S. Department of Defense on April 18, there are now 76 Russian battalion tactical groups in the Donbas region of Ukraine and in the country's southeast. About 11 of those were added over the last several days, a senior Defense Department official said. So-called BTGs are typically composed of combined-arms elements, such as air defense, armor, tactical vehicles, artillery, helicopters, engineering and logistical support.

The United States has confirmed the supply of Switchblade loitering munitions to Ukraine. Washington is also training Ukrainian servicemen to operate the kamikaze drones. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said US specialists had trained a small group of Ukrainian soldiers who arrived at the US back in autumn to operate the drones, adding that they will be able to return home and train other Ukrainian soldiers.

According to information published by the "iNews" website on April 6, 2022, the United Kingdom has already delivered more than 4,200 NLAW anti-tank guided missile weapon systems to Ukraine. Citing Ukrainian military officials, the use of the NLAW allowed the destruction of 30 to 40% of the Russian armored vehicles deployed during combat operations in Ukraine.

According to various media, the United Kingdom is drawing up plans to send Mastiff MRAP and Jackal special forces vehicles to Ukraine. The vehicles would be stripped of their British Army sensitive equipment (armament and radios) and British troops would be sent to a country neighboring Ukraine to carry out training, The Times reported, citing a Defence source.

The U.S. is sending 100 Switchblade loitering munitions (unmanned systems) to the Ukrainians, said Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby echoed by C. Todd Lopez, US DoD News, on April 6, adding that those "suicide drones" are already in Ukraine or will be arriving there shortly.  "We're in discussions with Ukrainians about future ... usages of Switchblade drones, and of course we'll keep that option open going forward," he said. 

US President Biden on April 5 authorized another $100 million in military aid to Ukraine for more FGM-148 Javelin antitank missiles. ”Ukraine’s armed forces have an urgent need for more of these particular weapons, which they have been using so effectively to defend their country”, U.S. DoD press secretary John Kirby said. This gift comes on top of the $300 million package of military aid announced by the Pentagon on April 1, which Army Recognition detailed.

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