Friday 3 March 2023

Attrition In Action: List Of Ukrainian Army Equipment Not Yet Destroyed By Russia

February 2023 marks one full year of epic struggle on Ukraine's part to preserve its very existence. Rather than succumbing to the invaders beleaguering the country from the North, South and East, it has managed take the initiative in a conflict that was heavily stacked against it. Yet one year also marks the point where the war is beginning to surpass perhaps any conflict since WWII in terms of ferocity and, necessarily, losses. Though these losses are skewed to the Russian side, attrition on the Ukrainian side is also unprecedented, and sustainable only through material support from its allies. With new contingents of Western armament on the way, this list now attempts to denote what types of heavy equipment are known to be in use on the battlefield that have not yet been confirmed destroyed or captured. As opposed, to the Russian counterpart of this list, we might thus expect this list to grow rather than dwindle down as time progresses.

Obviously, not all equipment known to have been developed by Ukraine or pledged delivered by an ally may be actually operational, so to keep things manageable this list will include only those systems that have been acknowledged to be in use with the military. Nevertheless, certain systems may be included or omitted on a case-by-case basis for instance because they are expected to be used operationally or, conversely, because including them would be impractical. Categories that have been excluded are small-sized (EOD) UGVs, civilian-grade UAVs, transport and training aircraft, naval vessels and (armoured) trucks. This list is updated as additional vehicle types are confirmed to be destroyed or captured.

Our list showing Russian Army equipment not yet destroyed or captured in Ukraine can be found here

(Click on the equipment type to get a picture of them)



Armoured Fighting Vehicles

Unmanned Ground Vehicles

Infantry Fighting Vehicles

Armoured Personnel Carriers


Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles


Infantry Mobility Vehicles


Command Posts And Communications Stations

  • 9S457 (For S-300V) (In service with Ukraine before the 2022 invasion)
  • LPG WDSz (For AHS Krab) [June 2022] 

Engineering Vehicles And Equipment

Artillery Support Vehicles And Equipment


Towed Artillery


Self-Propelled Artillery


Multiple Rocket Launchers

Surface-To-Surface Missiles

Short-Range Ballistic Missiles

Coastal Defence Missile Systems

Anti-Aircraft (AA) Guns

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns

Surface-To-Air Missile Systems




Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Special thanks to Buschlaid.
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