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Full list of US & European weapons and military equipment delivered to Ukraine

LAST UPDATE May 19, 2022: Army Recognition editorial team has listed all the foreign weapons, military equipment, combat, and armored vehicles delivered to Ukraine by all the countries in the world including the United States and a large majority of European countries, since the beginning of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. We will update this list day by day according to the latest news published on the Internet.
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Since the beginning of the Russia - Ukraine conflict, the United States and European countries have delivered an impressive number of military equipment and weapons to Ukraine.


- February 25, 2022: $25 million worth of non-lethal military equipment; February 28, 2022, $50 million worth of lethal military equipment including rockets and ammunitions; Steyr assault rifles;

- March 31, 2022: $25 million for "defensive military assistance" including radar systems, as well as food and medical supplies; April 8, 2022, Bushmaster 4x4 armored vehicle in APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) and ambulance configuration.

- April 28, 2022: Australia approves the sending of six M777 155mm towed howitzers

- May 19, 2022: Australia announced the delivery of 14 M113 tracked Armored Personnel Carrier vehicles and an additional batch of 20 Bushmaster 4x4 armored vehicles.


- February 28, 2022: 10,000 helmets, protective equipment for civilian forces, and 100,000 fuel supplies.


- February 28, 2022: 5,000 FNC 5.56mm assault rifles, 200 M72 LAW Light Antitank Weapons, individual night vision systems, individual protective equipment for soldiers.

- April 22, 2022: Belgium to deliver a new batch of anti-tank weapons and maybe M109 artillery tracked howitzers

- May 10, 2022: The Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy have all agreed to either send over the M-109s themselves or the German PzH 2000 SP howitzer to Ukraine.


- April 7, 2022: 2,000 helmets and 2,000 bulletproof vests only for civilian purposes.

- May 6, 2022: The Bulgarian Parliament approved the decision to repair Ukrainian military equipment in Bulgarian facilities,


- January 25, 2022: proposal to provide small arms and anti-tank weapons including C8 5.56mm assault rifles, C6 7.62mm machine guns, and Carl Gustaf anti-tank weapons; 100 Carl Gustaf 8.4cm recoilless rifle launchers (M2 version) with 2,000 rounds;

- February 27, 2022: body armor, helmets, gas masks, and night vision gears.

- March 3, 2022, 4,500 M72 LAW light anti-tank weapons, 7,500 hand grenades;

- March 9, 2022: $50 million military aid package in specialized equipment, including Canadian-made cameras for surveillance drones;

- April 13, 2022: Canada could provide LAV 8x8 armored vehicles from kits stocks as well as Senator 4x4 APCs (Armored Personnel Carrier) from the Canadian company Roshel.

- April 22, 2022: Canada confirms the sending of an undisclosed number of M777 155mm towed howitzers

- April 22, 2022: 155mm GPS precision-guided Excalibur artillery ammunition.

- April 27, 2022: Canada has finalized a deal with the Canadian Defense company to send eight armored vehicles that could be the Senator APC


- February 28, 2022: €16.5 million worth of lethal military equipment, including infantry weapons and protective equipment. 20,000 Zastava M70 assault rifles have been donated

Czech Republic

- January 26, 2022: $1.6 million in lethal military equipment.

- February 26, 2022, 30,150 vz. 82 pistols, 5,000 vz. 58 assault rifles,2,085 vz. 61 Škorpion submachine guns, 3,200 vz. 59 machine guns, 19 Falcon sniper rifles, 12 Dragunov sniper rifles, 3.5 million 7.62mm ammunition;

- February 27, 2022: 10 Strela-2 man-portable air defense missile launchers with 160 missiles;

- April 5, 2022: an undisclosed number of T-72A main battle tanks and BVP-1 tracked armored IFVs;

- April 15, 2022: Dana 152mm 8x8 self-propelled howitzer was used for combat operations in Ukraine.

- April 24, 2022: the Czech Republic has started the delivery of 2S1 122mm self-propelled howitzers

- May 17, 2022: Czech Republic to donate its T-72 main battle tanks to Ukraine and in exchange acquires German-made Leopard 2A4 and 2A7 tanks. 


- February 27, 2022: 2,700 M72 LAW Light Antitank Weapons and 300 FIM-92 Stinger man-portable anti-aircraft missile systems; 25 Skywatch drones for reconnaissance and information gathering.

- No date: Denmark has delivered an undisclosed number of AT4 man-portable anti-tank weapons


- January 2, 2022: Estonia has requested US approval to deliver FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles.

- January 22, 2022: Estonia requests approval from Germany to deliver D-30 122mm howitzers and ammunition.

- February 19, 2022: Estonia starts the delivery of FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles.


- February 27, 202: 2,000 bulletproof vests, 2,000 composite helmets, 100 stretchers, and equipment for two emergency medical care stations.

- February 28, 2022: 2,500 assault rifles with 150,000 cartridges, 1,500 disposable anti-tank weapons, and 70,000 field rations.

- March 24, 2022: additional undisclosed military equipment and weapons;

- April 19, 2022: delivery of a new batch of undisclosed military equipment and weapons.


- February 26, 2022: €100 million worth of defensive weapons and fuel. February 28, 2022: delivery of a few dozen MILAN anti-tank guided missile weapon systems.

- April 22, 2022: France agrees to the delivery of state-of-the-art CAESAR 155mm wheeled self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine.


- February 25, 2022: German company KMW offers to deliver 50 Flakpanzer Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft guns.

- February 26, 2022: 1,000 Panzerfaust 3 anti-tank weapons, 500 Stinger man-portable anti-aircraft missile systems.

- March 3, 2022: 2,700 ex-DDR army 9K32 Strela-2m anti-aircraft missile systems.

- March 23, 2022: 5,100 Matador anti-tank weapons, 2,000 Panzerfaust 3, 5 million 7.62mm rounds, 3 million 5.56mm rounds, Vector reconnaissance VTOL drones via Quantum-Systems.

- April 9, 2022: German company Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) offers Ukraine to purchase 100 Panzerhaubitze PzH 2000 155mm tracked self-propelled howitzers.

- April 12, 2022: German company Rheinmetall is ready to supply 50 Leopard 1 main battle tanks to Ukraine;

- April 20, 2022: training and ammunition for PzH 2000 155mm tracked self-propelled howitzers.

- April 25, 2022: 100 Rheinmetall MAN HX81 heavy tractor-trailers

- April 25, 2022: German Company Rheinmetall requests approval to deliver Marder tracked armored IFVs to Ukraine

- April 26, 2022: Germany will officially approve the delivery of Gepard's 35mm self-propelled anti-aircraft mobile gun systems to Ukraine.

- April 28, 2022: company Rheinmetall from Germany has requested the German Government to deliver 88 Leopard 1A5 main battle tanks to Ukraine.

- April 28, 2022: Germany might consider the supply of Wiesel 1 and Wiesel 2 tracked airborne armored vehicles to Ukraine.

- May 4, 2022: Germany agrees to the delivery of seven PzH 2000 155mm self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine

- May 4, 2022: Germany plans to supply a COBRA counter-artillery radar to Ukraine

- May 17, 2022: in the past two weeks, Germany would have already delivered to Ukraine 2,450 RGW 90 man-portable anti-tank weapons, 1,600 DM22, and 3,000 DM31 anti-tank mines.


- February 28, 2022: 20,000 AK-47-type assault rifles, 815 RPG-18 anti-tank rocket launchers, 122 RM-70 multiple rocket launcher missiles, and an unspecified amount of ammunition.


- March 1, 2022: an undisclosed number of mortars, Stinger man-portable air defense missile systems, M2 Browning heavy machine guns, light machine guns, MILAN 2 anti-tank guided missiles, and military equipment.

- April 27, 2022: Italy is considering different options for delivering arms to Ukraine including 155mm artillery howitzers PzH 2000, M109L, as well as Sidam 25, tracked air defense armored vehicles, M113A1 and VCC-1 tracked APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) vehicles, Iveco VM90 and LMV 4x4 light tactical vehicles.

- May 10, 2022: The Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy have all agreed to either send over the M-109s themselves or the German PzH 2000 SP howitzer to Ukraine.

- May 15, 2022: the Italian government will provide new military aid to Ukraine including mortars, Stinger MANPADS, machine guns, ammunition, anti-tank weapons, and FH70 155mm towed howitzers.


- February 28, 2022: $200 million worth of helmets, bulletproof vests, tents, winter clothing, food items, hygiene products, cameras, and power generators.


- January 21, 2022: Latvia agrees on the delivery of FIM-92 Stinger man-portable air defense missile systems.

- February 26, 2022: 30 truckloads of individual equipment and supplies (including combat helmets, dried food, medical devices, and medicine.

- March 2, 2022: 90 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).


- February 13, 2022: FIM-92 Stinger man-portable anti-aircraft missile systems and ammunition;

- April 21, 2022: 120 mm heavy mortars, anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons, ammunition, grenades, machine guns, submachine guns, and other equipment


- February 28, 2022: 100 NLAW anti-tank guided missile weapons, Humvees, and 15 military tents.


- April 19, 2022: heavy military equipment and armored vehicles.

- April 20, 2022: Bloomberg announced the delivery of PzH 2000 155mm tracked self-propelled howitzers.

- May 2, 2022: the Netherlands confirms the supply of PzH 2000 155mm tracked howitzers to Ukraine

- May 10, 2022: The Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy have all agreed to either send over the M-109s themselves or the German PzH 2000 SP howitzer to Ukraine.

New Zealand

- March 21, 2022: Surplus of New Zealand army equipment including 473 helmets, 1,066 bullet-proof vests, and 571 camouflage vests.

- April 11, 2022, weapons and ammunition, commercial satellite access, C-130 staff for military airlift from UK base.


- February 28, 2022: 5,000 helmets, 1,500 bullet-proof vests and 1,000 gas masks, 2,000 sleeping bags, 10,000 sleeping pads and 15,000 field rations.

- March 3, 2022: 2,000 M72 LAW anti-tank rockets.

- March 30, 2022: 2,000 M72 LAW anti-tank rockets;

- April 20, 2022: 100 Mistral air defense missiles and a number of launchers

- May 1, 2022: Norway will deliver 20 M109A3GN 155mm tracked self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine.


- February 2, 2022: R-72 missiles for aircraft, Piorun man-portable air defense missile system, light anti-tank weapons, FlyEye drones, 42,000 helmets, 3,000 bulletproof vests, 1,775 artillery rounds, 30,000 5.56mm and 23mm rounds, RPG-40 grenade launchers, 100 LMP-2017 mortars with 1,500 rounds.

- April 15, 2022: 72 tanks and BWP-1 tracked IFVs.

- April 27, 2022: Poland confirms the supply to Ukraine of T-72 Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) coming from its own military inventory.

- No Date: Poland would have delivered its local-made loitering munitions called Warmate to the Ukrainian armed forces, according to pictures released on Twitter.

- May 4, 2022: T-72M1 and T-72M1R Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) donated by Poland, have already arrived in Ukraine and are now deployed to conduct combat operations.


- April 6, 2022: military equipment consisting of combat vests, helmets, night vision goggles, grenades, and ammunition of different calibers, complete portable radios, analog repeaters, and G3 assault rifles

- May 3, 2022: U.S. push Portugal to deliver M113 tracked APCs

- May 9, 2022: Portugal approves delivery to Ukraine of 15 M113 APCs and 5 M114 155mm howitzers


- February 28, 2022: 2,000 combat helmets, 2,000 bulletproof vests, fuel, ammunition, food, water, and medicines.

- April 22, 2022: Romania to donate T-72 main battle tanks and spare parts


- February 28, 2022: 486 air-defense missiles, anti-tank rockets, and 100 air defense launchers.

- April 8, 2022: S-300 PMU air defense missile system.

- April 9, 2022: Slovakia offers to sell Zuzana 2 155mm 8x8 self-propelled howitzers.

- May 16, 2022: Slovakia to deliver 8 Zuzana 2 155mm 8x8 wheeled self-propelled howitzers to Ukraine.


- March 1, 2022: rifles, ammunition, and helmets

- April 21, 2022: offer of providing its fleet of M-84 main battle tanks to Ukraine;


- March 2, 2022: 1,370 Instalaza C-90 anti-tank grenade launchers, an unspecified number of light machine guns, and 700,000 bullets

- Unspecified shipment of arms and ammunition and on RG-31 ambulance armored vehicle

- April 22, 2022: 200 tons of ammunition, 20 VAMTAC 4x4 armored vehicles and 30 military trucks

- April 30, 2022: Spain confirms the delivery of 20 URO Vamtac 4x4 tactical armored vehicles


- February 28, 2022: 5,000 AT4 light anti-tank weapons, 5,000 M90 helmets, 5,000 bulletproof vests model 12, 135,000 field rations

- March 23, 2022, 5,000 AT4 anti-tank weapons

- April 26, 2022: Not confirmed - Sweden could transfer a batch of Archer, a 155mm wheeled self-propelled howitzers


- March 2, 2022: additional Bayraktar TB2 drones.

United Kingdom

- March 16, 2022: 4,000 NLAW man-portable anti-tank guided missile weapons and Javelin anti-tank missile systems.

- March 10, 2022: a new batch of NLAW and Javelin anti-tank missile weapons.

- March 24, 2022: StarStreak MANPADS man-portable air defense missile systems.

- April 7, 2022: Mastiff MRAP, Jackal special forces vehicle,s and Husky APCs.

- April 8, 2022: new aid of €120 million including 800 NLAW and Javelin anti-tank guided missiles, loitering munitions, helmets, night vision equipment and body armor;

- April 14, 2022: CVRT tracked reconnaissance armored vehicles including FV104 Samaritan ambulance version, FV106 Samson armored recovery vehicle, FV107 Scimitar with 30mm cannon, FV103 Spartan APC;

- April 19, 2022: Stormer StarStreak mobile air defense tracked armored vehicles

- April 24, 2022: UK will deliver AS90 155mm tracked self-propelled howitzers. 

- April 25, 2022: UK confirms delivery to Ukraine of Stormer Starstreak air defense missile armored vehicles

- May 3, 2022: Brimstone anti-ship missiles and Malloy T150 cargo drones

United States

- January 28, 2022: FGM-148 Javelin Anti-Tank missile system, Stinger FIM-92 MANPADS, Carl Gustaf M4 anti-tank weapon system, and SMAW-D M141 Bunker Defeat Munition rocket launcher.

- February 2022: 600 Stinger anti-aircraft systems, 2,600 Javelin anti-armor systems, 5 Mi-17 helicopters, 3 patrol boats, 4 counter-artillery and counter-unmanned aerial system tracking radars, 4 counter-mortar radar systems, 200 grenade launchers, and ammunition.

- 200 shotguns and 200 machine guns, Nearly 40 million rounds of small arms ammunition and over 1 million grenade, mortar, and artillery rounds, 70 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs/Humvees) and other vehicles, Secure communications, electronic warfare detection systems, body armor, helmets, and other tactical gear, Military medical equipment to support treatment and combat evacuation, Explosive ordnance disposal and demining equipment, Satellite imagery, and analysis capability.

- March 16, 2022: 800 Stinger anti-aircraft systems, 2,000 Javelin anti-armor systems, 6,000 AT-4 anti-tank weapons, 1,000 light anti-armor weapons, 100 Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems, 100 grenade launchers, 5,000 rifles, 1,000 pistols, 400 machine guns, 400 shotguns, 20 million small-caliber, grenade launcher and mortar rounds, 25,000 sets of body armor, 25,000 helmets.

- March 17, 2022, 800 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, 2,000 FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles, 1,000 M141 SMAW-D BDM light anti-armor weapons, and 6,000 Saab AT-4 anti-armor systems.

- April 5, 2022: FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles.

- April 14, 2022: 18 155mm Howitzers and 40,000 artillery rounds, 10 AN/TPQ-36 counter-artillery radars, 2 AN/MPQ-64 Sentinel air surveillance radars, 300 Switchblade Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (loitering munitions), 500 Javelin missiles and thousands of other anti-armor systems, 200 M113 Armored Personnel Carriers, 100 Armored High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles, 11 Mi-17 helicopters, Unmanned Coastal Defense Vessels, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear protective equipment, Medical equipment, 30,000 sets of body armor and helmets, Over 2,000 optics and laser rangefinders, C-4 explosives and demolition equipment for obstacle clearing, M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel munitions configured to be consistent with the Ottawa Convention.

- April 22, 2022: new aid of military equipment for a value of $800 million including 72 155 mm howitzers, 144,000 artillery rounds, 121 Phoenix Ghost unmanned aerial systems, and vehicles with which to tow the howitzers.

- April 25, 2022: The Government of Ukraine has requested to buy various rounds of non-standard ammunition to include, but not limited to, the following: 152mm rounds for 2A36 Giatsint; 152mm rounds for D-20 cannons; VOG-17 for automatic grenade launcher AGS-17; 120mm mortar rounds (non-NATO); 122mm rounds for 2S1 Gvozdika; BM-21 GRAD Rockets; 300mm rounds/rockets for MLRS "Smerch;" VOG-25 grenades for under-barrel grenade launcher GP-25; 82mm mortar rounds; 125mm HE ammunition for T-72; 152mm rounds for 2A65 Msta; transportation; and other related elements of logistical and program support. The total estimated program cost is $165 million.

- April 28, 2022: United States confirms the sending of M777 towed howitzers to Ukraine. 

- May 2, 2022: United States has started sending the A3 variant of M113s tracked APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) vehicles to Ukraine.

- May 6, 2022: This new military aid for Ukraine includes 25,000 155mm artillery rounds, three AN/TPQ-36 counter-artillery radars, electronic jamming equipment, field equipment and spare parts.

- May 7, 2022: United States will deliver to Ukraine Advanced Precision Kill Weapon Systems (APKWS) which is a 70mm laser-guided rocket that can be launched from an air platform as a helicopter or drone as well as from a land platform.

- May 16, 2022: United States has delivered an undisclosed number of M4A1 5.56mm assault rifles to the Ukrainian army

- May 17, 2022: Lockheed Martin from US to produce 1,300 Javelin anti-tank missiles for Ukraine

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