After two years of the full-scale invasion, Ukraine stays in the fight, showing the world its remarkable ability to overcome adversity and defend its freedom.
The White House is considering providing Ukraine with long-range Army Tactical Missile Systems (ATACMS) if Congress approves a new funding package, NBC News reported, citing unnamed US officials.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to the US expressed hope that the meeting between US President Joe Biden and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz would pave the way for Ukraine to receive long-range missiles that it has been seeking from both countries to deter Russian attacks.
Pentagon spokesperson dismisses as false media reports claiming the US military plans to discard expired ATACMS missiles rather than provide them to Ukraine.
Ukraine has destroyed thousands of Russian artillery pieces and rocket launchers in the past three months, thanks to the superior range and precision of NATO-supplied weapons and counter-battery radars, according to Newsweek.
The Pentagon unveils a $100 million security assistance package for Ukraine, featuring Stinger missiles, various munitions, and a HIMARS launcher, potentially prepping for Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bomb utilization.
Weekly Frontline Update: Russia burns resources in Avdiivka, while Ukrainians expand bridgehead in Kherson Oblast
Russia continued to throw more troops into the Avdiivka meat grinder on the eastern front, while Ukraine began moving armored vehicles across the Dnipro River in the south, less than 90 kilometers from Crimea.
Russo-Ukrainian war, day 617: Russians regroup near Avdiivka for another assault; Germany provides new military aid package
Russian military regrouping near Donetsk’s Avdiivka, possibly preparing for a new wave of infantry-led assaults in the area.…
General Valery Zaluzhnyi's interview reveals Ukraine's first ATACMS missile strike on Russian-occupied Crimea on October 30, underlining Ukraine's intensified operations in the region, which is the "linchpin" of Putin's imperial restoration project.
General Valerii Zaluzhnyi told the Economist that Ukraine needs high-technology weaponry to overcome Russia’s advantage in the skies, on the ground, and in electronic warfare.
Russia redeployed at least 21 attack helicopters from occupied Berdiansk to Taganrog.
Media: Ukraine to receive new missiles with 300 km range early next year, possibly newer ATACMS variants
Ukraine expects to receive new 300 km range missiles as early as next January, per VoA journalist citing a Ukraine General Staff source. The range suggests possible newer ATACMS variants.
Another 15 were damaged in Ukraine's ATACMS strikes on Berdiansk and Luhansk airfields, the OSINT group said
Rustem Umerov and Lloyd Austin discussed Russia's aggression against Ukraine in a phone call.
British intel: Ukraine’s strikes at Berdyansk and Luhansk airfields reduce Russia’s capabilities at the front
Russia’s losses will likely have an impact on its army’s ability both to defend and conduct further offensive activity on this axis.
As winter approaches, Ukraine's allies have reiterated their commitment to providing military and humanitarian aid. This comes as Russia steps up attacks on civilian infrastructure, trying to freeze Ukrainians into submission.
This week, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba announced the US plans to supply more ATACMS to Ukraine…
Ukraine struck a Russian helicopter base in Berdiansk with three ATACMS missiles and targeted Luhansk airfield with two more. Satellite images and leaked Russian soldier videos confirmed the Berdiansk destruction.
The US-made ATACMS missiles are posing a threat to Russian troops and will force its command to adapt…
Russo-Ukrainian war, day 601: Ukraine uses ATACMS for first time, destroying nine Russian helicopters, equipment
President Zelenskyy confirmed Ukraine has received long-range ATACMS missiles from the US. Russia admitted forcibly transferring nearly 5 million Ukrainians, including 700,000 children, to Russia.