U.S. sends tanks and dozens of other heavy weapons to Ukraine

Hsmilitarycom: Russia's defense ministry issued a strongly worded statement saying it would destroy all military equipment sent from NATO allies and the US. This is russia's main target.

Reporting from avia.pro, it is rumored that the US will send massive military equipment to Ukraine, as well as artillery, drones, hundreds of tons of ammunition and also types of tank armored vehicles.

U.S. sends tanks and dozens of other heavy weapons to Ukraine

In the near future, the U.S. will deliver 200 armored vehicle carriers of various modifications, 100 155 mm howitzers, 72 vehicles for towing weapons, 121 Phoenix Ghost reconnaissance drones, Laser guidance system missiles, counter-battery radar stations, about 1.5 thousand FIM-92 Stinger portable anti-aircraft missile systems, 5.5 thousand FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile systems, about 7 thousand small arms,  14 thousand anti-tank grenade launchers, 183 thousand ammunition for artillery, 50 million rounds of ammunition and 75,000 sets of equipment. 

It is estimated that the total of all of them is 1.3 billion dollars. This of course opened a small amount of money and it is known that various military equipment was sent to Ukraine, almost all of which were destroyed by the Russians. 

Recently reported, Russian Su-25 fighter jets attacked ukrainian armed forces positions in Avdeevka and Pesky. Thus, Russian military flights penetrated the defenses of Ukrainian fighter jets.

Earlier, the Russian Military published a video of the seizure of an arsenal where weapons and rocket launchers were stored, it is known that the Ukrainian military left the arsenal because it was attacked by Russian forces.

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