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According to a video published on the Twitter account "Ukraine Weapons Tracker" on May 29, 2022, Ukrainian soldiers train with the Wolfhound MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicle donated by the United Kingdom from the British army inventory. During the training with the Wolfhound, Ukrainian soldiers also performed live-fire exercises using a 12.7mm heavy machine gun.

According to information published by the Russian Press agency TASS, on May 28, 2022, the Russian armed forces deployed the TOS-2 Tosochka during combat operations in Ukraine. The TOS-2 is the latest generation of thermobaric rocket launcher systems based on a truck chassis instead of the tracked armored chassis of the TOS-1A.

According to a video published by the Russian Ministry of Defense on its "VK" account, the Buk-M3 also nicknamed Viking, is the latest version in the Buk Medium range surface-to-air defense missile family and is now deployed in Ukraine by the Russian armed forces. The Buk-M3 is considered by Russian soldiers as the killer of the Turkish-made Bayraktar drones used by the Ukrainian army to conduct shelling against Russian tanks and command posts. In this article, discover the combat capabilities of the Russian Buk-M3 explained by the Army Recognition editorial team.

According to a video published by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has confirmed the deployment of French-made CAESAR wheeled self-propelled howitzers for combat operations on the national territory. In this article, discover the combat capabilities of the French-made CAESAR 155mm wheeled self-propelled howitzer designed and manufactured by the French company Nexter. 

According to pictures published on the Twitter account of Ukraine Weapon Tracker on May 26, 2022, the FH70 155mm towed howitzers donated by Italy are already on combat duty with the Ukrainian army. It is impressive to see how quickly Ukrainian soldiers learn the use of all their new artillery systems that are totally different from their Russian-designed equipment.

As everybody noticed, soon after the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Russian tank crews tried to reinforce the top armor of their turrets with barbecue-like grills and sandbags. This was supposed to protect tanks from Javelin missiles and Bayraktar TB2 strikes. But it has proven inefficient against missiles and loitering ammunitions (kamikaze drones).

According to a video released by the Ukrainian armed forces on May 24, 2022, the Special Forces Operations of the Ukrainian army use US Switchblade loitering munition to destroy a Russian T-72B3 main battle tank (MBT). In this article, discover the technology and the combat capabilities of the Switchblade 600, the anti-tank version in the Switchblade loitering munition family.

According to a tweet from Trent Telenko, Russia is reactivating some of its 2,500 venerable T-62 main battle tanks to replace huge losses of modern tanks in Ukraine. In January 2017, Russia delivered an undisclosed number of venerable T-62M tanks to Syria, as it did not consider they would ever serve anymore but nevertheless kept numerous ones in storage. Then comes the war with Ukraine…

According to a video released on the Internet and Social Networks on May 21, 2022, the Ukrainian army has destroyed a Russian 2S4 Tyulpan 240mm self-propelled mortar carrier near Rubizhne in the Luhansk region after his position was revealed by a Russian journalist. Ukrainian soldiers were able to locate the Russian mortar system after watching a TV broadcast from the frontline by a Russian journalist.

According to a video and information published by the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Ka-52 nicknamed Alligator is the most used attack helicopter operated by the Russian armed forces to conduct combat operations on Ukrainian territory. In this article, the Army Recognition editorial team explains the combat capabilities of the Russian-made Ka-52 attack helicopter.

According to Ukrinform, Ukrainian guerilla fighters stopped a Russian armored train in Melitopol by exploding a bomb on the railway track: "An explosive device planted on the railway track detonated under a railcar with personnel. As a result, the railroad track and equipment were damaged". But several hours later, presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovych gave a conflicting account, saying Ukrainian forces had blown up the tracks ahead of the train.

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