Monday 11 April 2022

Answering The Call: Heavy Weaponry Supplied To Ukraine

The following list attempts to keep track of heavy military equipment delivered or pledged to Ukraine during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. The entries below are sorted by armament category (with a flag denoting the country of delivery), and due to the confidential nature of some arms deliveries they can serve only as a lower bound to the total volume of weaponry shipped to Ukraine. Private donations and crowdfunders, ATGMs, MANPADS, missiles used by SAM systems, mortars, small arms and commercial UAVs are not included in this list. This list is constantly updated as further military support is declared or uncovered. For a list of arms supplies to Russia click here.
Click on the vehicle or equipment type to get a picture of them in Ukraine. When a picture showing the vehicle in Ukrainian service isn't available, an example image is given.

** Purchases by the Ukrainian government from foreign defence companies with EU and US funding.

(Jet) Aircraft (95+, of which 45 delivered and 50+ pledged)

  • 14 Su-25s [April 2022] (Purchased from Bulgaria by NATO member states and delivered to Ukraine)
  • 4 Su-25s [August 2022]
  • 10 MiG-29AS'/UBS' and 3 MiG-29As/UB [March and April 2023] (Some to be used as a source of spare parts)
  •  14 MiG-29s [April and May 2023]
  • 24+ F-16A/Bs [To be delivered] (Some to be held back in the Netherlands for the training of Ukrainian pilots)
  • 19 F-16AM/BMs [To be delivered]
  •  22 F-16AM/BMs [12 operational, 10 as sources of spare parts) To be delivered]

Attack, Transport And Utility Helicopters (85+, of which 68 delivered and 17+ pledged)

Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (35+, of which 35+ delivered)

  • 35+ Bayraktar TB2s [Delivered since March 2022 onwards] (Including five TB2s crowdfunded by Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Polish citizens. Subsequently given to Ukraine by Baykar free of charge)

Tanks (900+, of which 600+ delivered and 300+ pledged)

  •  20 T-72M1s [April 2022] (From Czech stocks through the Ringtausch programme)
  •  50+ T-72M1s [May or June 2022 and April 2023] (Some purchased from Bulgaria and delivered to Ukraine)
  • 250+ T-72M(R)s and T-72M1(R)s [Delivered from April 2022 onwards]
  • 31 T-72As [July or August 2022]
  • 28 M-55S' [October 2022] (From Slovenian stocks through the Ringtausch programme)
  • 45 T-72EAs [Delivered from January 2023 onwards] (Purchased from various sources, restored/upgraded in Czechia and delivered to Ukraine)
  •  30 T-72s  [Delivered from January 2023 onwards] (Purchased from various sources)
  • 45 T-72EAs [Delivered from January 2023 onwards] (Purchased from various sources, restored/upgraded in Czechia and delivered to Ukraine)
  •  14 Leopard 2A4s [February 2023 and March 2023]
  • 8 Leopard 2A4s [March 2023, 8 delivered by November 2023]
  •  8 Leopard 2A4s [March 2023]
  •  18 Leopard 2A6s [March 2023]
  • 3 Leopard 2A6s [March 2023]
  • United Kingdom 14 Challenger 2s [Delivered from March 2023 onwards]
  •  60 PT-91s [Delivered from April 2023 onwards]
  • 29 Leopard 2A4s [April and June 2023. 19 more pledged in early 2024]
  • 10 Strv 122s [July 2023]
  •  135+ Leopard 1A5s and 30 Leopard 1A5BEs [Delivered since July 2023] (Purchased from Germany for delivery to Ukraine)
  •  31 M1A1 Abrams' [Delivered]
  • 14 Leopard 2A4s [To be delivered] (Purchased from Germany for delivery to Ukraine)
  • 30 Leopard 1A5s [To be delivered]
  • 25 T-72EAs [To be delivered]

Armoured Fighting Vehicles (160+, of which 63+ delivered)

Infantry Fighting Vehicles (900+, of which 560 delivered and 340+ pledged)


Armoured Personnel Carriers (2000+, of which 1450+ delivered and 550+ pledged)

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles (1150+, of which 925 delivered and 230 pledged)


Infantry Mobility Vehicles (3500+, of which 3000+ delivered and 500+ pledged)

Towed Artillery (461+, of which 430 delivered and 31 pledged)


Self-Propelled Artillery (575+, of which 425+ delivered and 50+ pledged)


Multiple Rocket Launchers (110+, of which 105 delivered)

Anti-Aircraft (AA) Guns (375+, of which delivered 375+)

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (170+)

Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) Systems

Anti-Ship Missiles (Small Quantities)


Air-To-Air Missiles (500+)

Guided Heavy Air-To-Ground Weaponry


Surface-To-Surface Missiles

Electronic Warfare Equipment

Reconnaissance UAVs (Large quantities)

Cargo Drones (Small Quantities)

Radars (180+) (Fire-Control Radars For SAM Systems Not Included)

Engineering Equipment (460+)


(Unmanned) Ships And Underwater Vehicles (280+)