Full list of US combat vehicles and military equipment delivered to Ukraine since the war's start


In a steadfast demonstration of solidarity with Ukraine, the United States has consistently extended substantial military aid, particularly following Russia's unexpected invasion in February 2022. This support symbolizes the world's collective stance against Russia's unwarranted acts of aggression. With an investment exceeding $44.5 billion in security assistance since January 2021, this report details the complete list of military equipment and combat vehicles provided by the United States to Ukraine up to September 21, 2023.
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186 Bradley M2A2 Infantry Fighting Vehicles IFVs have already been donated by the United States as part of the U.S. military aid package to Ukraine. (Picture source U.S. DoD)


Russia's unlawful seizure of Crimea in 2014 marked the beginning of its aggressive stance against Ukraine. This was followed by further aggression in eastern Ukraine. The world has not forgotten these actions, and the United States, along with its allies and partners, stands firmly with Ukraine, reaffirming its support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Ukraine is not just a nation under threat; it is a key regional strategic partner. The country has been proactive in modernizing its military and enhancing its interoperability with NATO. The goal is clear: to equip Ukraine with the necessary tools to defend itself against Russia's ongoing war.

Since January 2021, the United States has invested over $44.5 billion in security assistance for Ukraine. This includes a staggering $43.9 billion since the onset of Russia’s war against Ukraine on February 24, 2022. If we look back further, since 2014, the total US security assistance, including training and equipment, amounts to more than $46.7 billion. This financial commitment underscores the US's enduring and steadfast commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

The detailed list of military equipment and combat vehicles delivered by the U.S. to Ukraine as of September 21, 2023, is as follows:

Air Defense

- One Patriot air defense battery and munitions;
- 12 National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS) and munitions;
- HAWK air defense systems and munitions;
- AIM-7, RIM-7, and AIM-9M missiles for air defense;
- More than 2,000 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles;
- Avenger air defense systems;
- VAMPIRE counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (c-UAS) and munitions;
- c-UAS gun trucks and ammunition;
- mobile c-UAS laser-guided rocket systems;
- Other c-UAS equipment;
- Anti-aircraft guns and ammunition;
- Equipment to integrate Western launchers, missiles, and radars with Ukraine’s systems;
- Equipment to support and sustain Ukraine’s existing air defense capabilities; and
- 21 air surveillance radars.

Ammunition

- 38 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems and ammunition;
- Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb launchers and guided rockets;
- 198 155mm Howitzers and more than 2,000,000 155mm artillery rounds;
- More than 7,000 precision-guided 155mm artillery rounds;
- More than 20,000 155mm rounds of Remote Anti-Armor Mine (RAAM) Systems;
- 72 105mm Howitzers and more than 500,000 105mm artillery rounds;
- 10,000 203mm artillery rounds;
- More than 200,000 152mm artillery rounds;
- Approximately 40,000 130mm artillery rounds;
- 40,000 122mm artillery rounds;
- 60,000 122mm GRAD rockets;
- 47 120mm mortar systems;
- 10 82mm mortar systems;
- 122 81mm mortar systems;
- 58 60mm mortar systems;
- More than 400,000 mortar rounds;
- More than 70 counter-artillery and counter-mortar radars; and
- 20 multi-mission radars;

Combat Vehicles

- 31 Abrams tanks;
- 45 T-72B tanks;
- 186 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles;
- Four Bradley Fire Support Team vehicles;
- 189 Stryker Armored Personnel Carriers;
- 300 M113 Armored Personnel Carriers;
- 250 M1117 Armored Security Vehicles;
- More than 500 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (MRAPs);
- More than 2,000 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs);
- More than 100 light tactical vehicles;
- 300 armored medical treatment vehicles;
- 68 trucks and 124 trailers to transport heavy equipment;
- More than 600 tactical vehicles to tow and haul equipment;
- 131 tactical vehicles to recover equipment;
- 10 command post vehicles;
- 30 ammunition support vehicles;
- 18 armored bridging systems;
- Eight logistics support vehicles and equipment;
- 239 fuel tankers and 105 fuel trailers;
- 58 water trailers;
- Six armored utility trucks;
- 125mm, 120mm, and 105mm tank ammunition;
- More than 1,800,000 rounds of 25mm ammunition; and
- Mine clearing equipment.

Aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Systems

- 20 Mi-17 helicopters;
- Switchblade Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS);
- Phoenix Ghost UAS;
- CyberLux K8 UAS;
- Altius-600 UAS;
- Jump-20 UAS;
- Hornet UAS
- Puma UAS;
- Scan Eagle UAS;
- Penguin UAS;
- Two radars for UAS;
- High-speed Anti-radiation missiles (HARMs);
- Precision aerial munitions;
- More than 6,000 Zuni aircraft rockets;
- More than 20,000 Hydra-70 aircraft rockets; and Munitions for UAS.

Anti-armor and Small Arms

- More than 10,000 Javelin anti-armor systems;
- More than 80,000 other anti-armor systems and munitions;
- More than 7,000 Tube-Launched, Optically-Tracked, Wire-Guided (TOW) missiles;
- More than 35,000 grenade launchers and small arms;
- More than 300,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition and grenades;
- Laser-guided rocket systems and munitions;
- Rocket launchers and ammunition; and
- Anti-tank mines.

Maritime

- Two Harpoon coastal defense systems and anti-ship missiles;
- 62 coastal and riverine patrol boats;
- Unmanned Coastal Defense Vessels; and
- Port and harbor security equipment.

Other capabilities

- M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel munitions configured to be compliant with the Ottawa Convention;
- C-4 explosives, demolition munitions, and demolition equipment for obstacle clearing;
- Obstacle emplacement equipment;
- Counter air defense capability;
- More than 100,000 sets of body armor and helmets;
- Tactical secure communications systems and support equipment;
- Four satellite communications (SATCOM) antennas;
- SATCOM terminals and services;
- Electronic jamming equipment;
- Commercial satellite imagery services;
- Night vision devices, surveillance and thermal imagery systems, optics, and rangefinders;
- Explosive ordnance disposal equipment and protective gear;
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear protective equipment;
- Medical supplies, including first aid kits, bandages, monitors, and other equipment;
- Field equipment, cold weather gear, generators, and spare parts; and
- Support for training, maintenance, and sustainment activities.

The United States, along with its global allies and partners, remains united in its support for Ukraine. The military and financial assistance provided is a clear demonstration of this commitment, ensuring that Ukraine has the necessary resources to defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity.


Defense News October 2023