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Military parade in celebration of the 27th anniversary of Ukrainian Independence taking place in the center of Kyiv.
In a huge military parade to mark the 27th anniversary of independence, Ukrainian troops demonstrated off the newest artillery and missile systems at the streets of Kyiv on 24 August.
Canada-based company PGW Defense Technologies has confirmed the sale of the newest LRT-3 sniper rifles to Ukraine for around $770,000.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine are reinforcing their air and missile defense, reactivating unique S-300V1 strategic air defense systems.
The new self-propelled artillery system was intended to destroy command posts, armoured and mechanised units, artillery batteries, communication posts and field fortifications.
Ukraine’s tactical ballistic missile system is expected to have a firing range of up to 300 km. (some source reported about up to 500km).
Ukraine this year will hold the largest multinational aviation exercise since its independence. The Clear Sky 2018 exercise scheduled to be held in mid-October for two weeks.
The MiG-29MU1 can carry air-to-air missiles; pods of unguided rockets; air bombs weighing up to 3,000kg and 30mm built-in aircraft gun with 150 rounds of ammunition.
ATGM Corsar and Stugna-P managed to meet its objectives successfully and has proved the high quality and reliability of new anti-tank guided missiles.
During the Farnborough International Airshow 2018 for the first time was unveiled a concept of next-generation jet fighter developing as a part of Future Combat Air Concept programme.
The 1L220UK is a weapon locating radar system designed to providing protection of own troops and civilians by suppressing enemy artillery weapons and/or provide warning for incoming fire.
The B-2 was originally intended to carry nuclear bombs deep into Soviet territory if the Cold War had ever turned hot. Its shape – paired with the plane’s stealth systems – would enable it to be undetected by Soviet radars.
The Netherlands and Australia have announced that they hold Russia responsible for its part in the downing of flight MH17 on 17 July 2014.
BMP-U: new combat module BM-8 with improved characteristics, 30-mm automatic gun, automatic grenade launcher, machine gun, as well as guided anti-tank missiles “Barrier”.