Allegedly two convoys of Russian airborne assault vehicles were captured on camera while traveling off the roads with their plates freshly painted in about 37 miles proximity to the Ukrainian border inside the Russian territory on April 7.
At least part of the military equipment found in a raid in the Zhytomyr region was legally sold by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry’s Surplus Assets Management Agency.
While investigating the cause of damage inflicted to the main oil pipeline in the Novohrad-Volynskyi district of the Zhytomyr region, the law enforcement officers found alleged evidence of corrupt practice involving misappropriation of military hardware. Police seized almost 200 vehicles ready for sale.
Observers of the Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) of OSCE have recorded 51 tanks on the shooting ranges next to occupied Luhansk and Donetsk.
Ukroboronprom SE has finished testing its weapon station for RS-80 missile launch, which is planned to be mounted at Ukrainian-made hardware.
Weapons made by Ukrainian defense industry companies were tested by the Ukrainian military together with National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov.
Russian military command of the occupation troops in the Donbas is conducting secret redeployment of hardware and personnel for reinforcement of front line positions of the militants.
Significant number of vehicles including trucks and tankers arrived to the Donbas from the border areas of the Russian Federation.
Due to the lack of funds, Ukroboronprom (Ukraine's defense production) state concern will have to send most of the staff of Lviv Armor Vehicle Factory on an unpaid leave.
Upon returning from the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area to the native Odesa region, soldiers of the 28th Mechanized Brigade of the Pivden Operations Command have engaged in repair of military equipment.
ISIS militants captured Russian armored vehicles and other military equipment in the battle for Palmyra in Syria.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is convinced that the delivered weapons and military equipment are able to efficiently perform combat tasks assigned by the Armed Forces Command.
The Russian occupation troops continue assaulting the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces’ positions.
Occupation authorities of Russia in Crimea have redeployed state-of-the-art military equipment to Starokrymskyi shooting range in the east of the occupied peninsula.
Russian occupants in Crimea drove large amounts of military equipment to the border of the peninsula with mainland Ukraine.