Germany sends Ukraine more engineering vehicles, trucks, drones, ammunition

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The German Government’s website has updated the page featuring the list of the military aid items supplied to Ukraine. Five new items emerged or were updated on the list:

  • 4 DACHS armored engineer vehicles (previously: 3)
  • 60 Zetros trucks (previously: 52)
  • 42 mobile antenna mast systems (previously: 34)
  • 32 reconnaissance drones (previously: 26)
  • 83,520 rounds of 40mm ammunition (previously: 60,000)

All five items are marked as “deliveries from industry stocks financed by German funds for security capacity building.”

The Dachs is an armored engineering vehicle based on the Leopard 1 tank chassis, previously Germany supplied three of those:

The Bunderwehr’s Pionierpanzer Dachs engineering vehicle.Photo: Source. ~

The Bunderwehr’s Pionierpanzer Dachs engineering vehicle.
Photo: Source.

The Mercedes-Benz Zetros is an off-road truck for extreme operations:

The Bundeswehr’s Mercedes-Benz Zetros truck. Photo: Flickr/pzbrig15 ~

The Bundeswehr’s Mercedes-Benz Zetros truck. Photo: Flickr/pzbrig15

The site provided no specific information regarding other matériel.

Germany has been among the leaders in providing financial, humanitarian, and military aid to Ukraine.

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