Ukraine will have to focus on holding the front against Russia’s offensive, as it lacks the resources and support to regain lost territory, according to Anton Hofreiter.
Ukraine's military has introduced its first-ever combat uniforms made for the tens of thousands of women providing active service as troops expand inclusivity.
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Ukrainian Army says Russians conduct assault ops at most axes, trying to break through Ukraine’s defenses over last 24 hours
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that on 17 January, Russian troops attempted to…
Facing a critical shortage of ammunition, Ukraine's government has decided to spend an additional $20 million from its reserve fund to strengthen the Ukrainian army.
The Ukrainian parliament approved a law that will create a unified electronic database of persons liable for military service and issue combatant certificates for Ukrainian veterans, as part of the country’s efforts to modernize its defense sector amid the ongoing Russian invasion.
Ukraine has implemented a digital logistics platform aimed at fully automating its military's supply chain management and eliminating paper-based processes.
Trapped in a Russian prison, Mikhail Pavlov faced two options - join the attacks on Ukraine as a Storm-Z combatant, or find a way to escape and fight alongside Ukrainian forces
Estonia has trained over 1,300 Ukrainian soldiers, about one-sixth of the total number of its own conscripts, since Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, per Estonia's MoD. Training includes basic skills, artillery, sniping, and cybersecurity.
Avdiivka stands firm against the Russian onslaught even though the forces of the opposing sides are unequal.
"An army marches on its stomach," goes the famous saying. So volunteers step in to deliver ready meals to soldiers where procurement is lacking
EU funding for training the Ukrainian military has now reached 225 million euros.
The diverse range of drones, including reconnaissance copters, kamikaze drones, and multi-role bombers, aims to reinforce Ukraine's defense efforts on crucial warfronts
Russia is stepping up offensive operations on the eastern front while Ukraine continues to decimate the Russian Black Sea Fleet in occupied Crimea.
Russia has started using new tactics to get closer to Ukrainian positions.
Ukrainian troops hold their ground, while Russia intensifies its attacks in the Donetsk Oblast.
Ukraine's Armed Forces have already been supplied with 2,000 recon drones that identify targets using AI.
Russian troops failed to regain lost ground in the Donetsk Oblast.
Despite Russian air strikes and artillery fire, Ukrainian troops continue to advance on the southern front.