List of military aid to Germany as of July 12

The German government has published an updated list of weapons and military equipment allocated to the Armed Forces of Ukraine after the start of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.

Weapons, equipment and supplies already transferred to Ukraine:

  • 3,000 Panzerfaust 3 anti-tank grenade launchers (3,000 disposable launchers and 900 reusable control units);
  • 14,900 anti-tank mines (in particular DM22 and DM31 – ed .);
  • 500 portable anti-aircraft missile systems “Stinger”;
  • 2,700 Strela portable anti-aircraft missile systems;
  • 7 Panzerhaubitzen 2000 self-propelled guns, including adaptation, training and spare parts (joint project with the Netherlands);
  • 30 armored vehicles;
  • 280 cars (trucks, minibuses, SUVs);
  • Spare parts for MiG-29 fighters;
  • 10,500 155-mm caliber artillery shells;
  • 21.8 million cartridges;
  • 50 anti-bunker missiles;
  • 100 MG-3 machine guns with 500 spare barrels and shutters;
  • 100,000 hand grenades;
  • 5300 explosive charges;
  • 100,000 meters of detonation cord and 100,000 detonators;
  • 350,000 detonators;
  • 10 anti-drone guns;*
  • 14 anti-drone sensors and “Mufflers”;*
  • 4 electronic devices against drones;
  • 28,000 combat helmets;
  • 6 pallets with materials for disposal of explosive objects;
  • 125 optical tubes;
  • 38 laser rangefinders;
  • 600 protective glasses for shooting;
  • 353 night vision goggles;
  • 165 binoculars;
  • 1 radio frequency system
  • 3,000 field telephones with 5,000 coils of field cord and transport equipment;
  • 100 automatic nozzles
  • Diesel and gasoline fuel (supplies continue);
  • 10 tons of AdBlue;
  • 100 tents;
  • 12 electric generators;
  • 10,000 sleeping bags;
  • 15 pallets of clothes;
  • 1 field hospital (joint project with Estonia);
  • 1200 hospital beds;
  • 18 medical pallets, 60 surgical lights;
  • Protective clothing, surgical masks;
  • Medical equipment (including backpacks, first-aid kits);
  • 500 units of bandages to stop bleeding;
  • 402,000 dry rations.

In the process of preparation or transmission:

  • 54 M113 armored personnel carriers with weapons (systems from Denmark, conversion financed by Germany);
  • 30 anti-aircraft self-propelled installations “Gepard”, including about 6,000 anti-aircraft ammunition;*
  • 53,000 shells cal. 35-mm for ZSU “Gepard”;
  • 4,000 training ammunition for self-propelled anti-aircraft guns;
  • IRIS-T SLM air defense system;*
  • 7 self-propelled guns Panzerhaubitzen 2000;
  • 3 MARS (M270) multiple rocket launcher systems (MSRS) with ammunition;
  • COBRA artillery detection radar;*
  • 8 mobile ground radars and thermal imaging devices;*
  • 10 (+ optionally another 10) autonomous surface vessels;*
  • 14 truck tractors and 14 semi-trailers;*
  • 2 tractors (tractors) and 4 trailers;
  • 80 pickups;*
  • 3 armored evacuation vehicles;*
  • 43 reconnaissance drones;*
  • 1 high-frequency system and equipment;*
  • 10 protected vehicles;*
  • 7 jamming stations;*
  • 8 electronic devices against drones;*
  • 4 mobile, remotely controlled and protected demining devices;*
  • 1 vehicle decontamination point;
  • 65 refrigerators for medical products;
  • 100,000 first-aid kits.*

* supply from industry. Some involve renovations or are still in production; in addition, some training services are still provided.

https://www.ukrmilitary.com/2022/07/12.html

5 comments

  1. Seems ok; especially the MLRS’s. The value of this stuff seems trivial compared to the €billions the krauts give to Russia every year for energy.
    Also, to get a feel as to it’s usefulness, was it all requested, or are they just offloading some old kit they don’t need?
    What items, if any, were requested but denied by Berlin? Eg tanks.

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