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Monday, 11 April 2022

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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. MANPADS, ATGMs and commercial UAVs are not included in this list. This list will be updated as further military support is declared or uncovered.

Sunday, 20 March 2022

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By Stijn Mitzer in collaboration with Joost Oliemans Kemal, Dan and Jakub Janovsky
  
A detailed list of destroyed, damaged and captured aircraft, helicopters and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of both sides can be seen below. This list is constantly updated as additional footage becomes available.

Thursday, 24 February 2022

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By Stijn Mitzer in collaboration with Joost Oliemans Kemal, Dan and Jakub Janovsky
  
This list only includes destroyed vehicles and equipment of which photo or videographic evidence is available. Therefore, the amount of equipment destroyed is significantly higher than recorded here. Small arms, ATGMs, MANPADS, munitions, civilian vehicles, trailers and derelict equipment are not included in this list. All possible effort has gone into avoiding duplicate entries and discerning the status of equipment between captured or abandoned. Many of the entries listed as 'abandoned' will likely end up captured or destroyed. Similarly, some of the captured equipment might be destroyed if it can't be recovered. When the origin of a piece of equipment can't be established, it is not included in the list. The Soviet flag is used when the equipment in question was produced prior to 1991. This list is constantly updated as additional footage becomes available.
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By Stijn Mitzer in collaboration with Joost Oliemans Kemal, Dan and Jakub Janovsky
  
This list only includes destroyed vehicles and equipment of which photo or videographic evidence is available. Therefore, the amount of equipment destroyed is significantly higher than recorded here. Small arms, ATGMs, MANPADS, munitions, civilian vehicles, trailers and derelict equipment (including aircraft) are not included in this list. All possible effort has gone into avoiding duplicate entries and discerning the status of equipment between captured or abandoned. Many of the entries listed as 'abandoned' will likely end up captured or destroyed. Similarly, some of the captured equipment might be destroyed if it can't be recovered. When the origin of a piece of equipment can't be established, it is not included in the list. The Soviet flag is used when the equipment in question was produced prior to 1991. This list is constantly updated as additional footage becomes available.

Our list showing destroyed and captured Russian vehicles and equipment can be found here.
 
(Click on the numbers to get a picture of each individual captured or destroyed vehicle)


Ukraine - 910, of which: destroyed: 423, damaged: 22, abandoned: 35, captured: 430


Tanks (139, of which destroyed: 57, damaged: 1, abandoned: 8, captured: 73)


Armoured Fighting Vehicles (84, of which destroyed: 31, abandoned: 4, captured: 50)


Infantry Fighting Vehicles (100, of which destroyed: 50, damaged: 3, abandoned: 9, captured: 38)

 

Armoured Personnel Carriers (54, of which destroyed: 12, damaged: 1, abandoned: 3, captured: 38)

 

Infantry Mobility Vehicles (73, of which destroyed: 25, damaged: 1, abandoned: 1, captured: 46)

 

Engineering Vehicles (12, of which destroyed: 2, captured: 10)

 

Towed Artillery (26, of which destroyed: 8, damaged: 3, abandoned: 3, captured: 12)


Self-Propelled Artillery (26, of which destroyed: 10, damaged: 4, abandoned: 1, captured: 11)

 

Multiple Rocket Launchers (15, of which destroyed: 10, captured: 5)

 

Anti-Aircraft Guns (2, of which captured: 2)

 

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (2, of which captured: 2)


Surface-To-Air Missile Systems (43, of which destroyed: 36, abandoned: 1, captured: 6)

 

Radars And Communications Equipment (18, of which destroyed: 9, damaged: 3, abandoned: 1, captured: 5)


Aircraft (19, of which destroyed: 18, damaged: 1)

 

Helicopters (5, of which destroyed: 4, captured: 1)

 

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (15, of which destroyed: 13, captured: 2)

 

Naval Ships (17, of which destroyed: 4, captured: 13)

 

Trucks, Vehicles and Jeeps (258, of which destroyed: 120, damaged: 5, abandoned: 5, captured: 128)