Monday, 11 April 2022

Answering The Call: Heavy Weaponry Supplied To Ukraine


By Joost Oliemans and Stijn Mitzer
 
The following list attempts to keep track of heavy military equipment delivered or pledged to Ukraine during the 2022 Russian of 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. Mortars, MANPADS, ATGMs and commercial UAVs are not included in this list. This list will be updated as further military support is declared or uncovered.
 
(Click on the vehicle or equipment type to get a picture in Ukraine or abroad. When a picture showing the vehicle in Ukrainian service isn't available, or if the exact type of equipment pledged has yet to be uncovered, a link is given to the source)
 

Tanks


Armoured Fighting Vehicles (AFVs)


Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs)

 

Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs)


Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles

 

Infantry Mobility Vehicles (IMVs)


Towed Artillery

 

Self-Propelled Artillery

 

Multiple Rocket Launchers (MRLs)


Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (SPAAGs)


Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) Systems


Anti-Ship Missiles (AShMs)

 

Surface-To-Surface Missiles


Laser-Guided Rockets


Electronic Warfare Equipment


Aircraft


Helicopters


Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAVs)


Loitering Munitions

  • 100 or 1000 Switchblade 300 (100 systems with 1 munition per system or 100 systems with 10 munitions per system) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards]
  • 10 or 100 Switchblade 600 (10 systems with 1 munition per system or 10 systems with 10 munitions per system) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards]
  • 300 or 3000 [Unknown] Switchblade (300 systems with 1 munition per system or 300 systems with 10 munitions per system) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards]
  • 121 Phoenix Ghost [To be delivered]
  • United Kingdom ''Loitering Munitions'' [To be delivered]


Reconnaissance UAVs


Cargo Drones


Air-To-Air Missiles (AAMs)

  • 100 R-73 (For Su-27 and MiG-29 fighter aircraft) [February 2022]

Radars


Ships And Underwater Vehicles