The German federal government announced on Tuesday that it has updated the list of military aid provided to Ukraine, stating that it has handed over a TRML-4D air surveillance radar station.
The TRML-4D utilizes advanced AESA radar technology, capable of detecting, tracking, and classifying various types of airborne targets, with a focus on small, fast, low-flying, and/or maneuvering cruise missiles and aircraft, as well as hovering helicopters. It enables the rapid detection and tracking of up to 1500 targets within a radius of up to 250 km.
In addition to the TRML-4D, Germany has also provided Ukraine with two more bridge-laying tanks BEAVER (before: 6), three more mobile and protected mine clearing systems, 46 Vector reconnaissance drones, eight anti-drone systems, and one radio electronic intelligence system.
The list also includes the provision of automotive equipment, including six border patrol vehicles, two 8×6 trucks, five semi-trailer trucks with semi-trailers, 34 pickup trucks, and eight Zetros trucks.
Germany’s Hensoldt to supply Ukraine with six more TRML-4D radars to boost air defense capabilities
Tags: aid for Ukraine, Germany, weapons Ukraine