R-360 Neptune (Ukrainian: Р-360 «Нептун», romanized: R-360 "Neptun") is a Ukrainian
Himars - the M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System - is a missile launcher mounted on a five-tonne truck which can fire six guided missiles in quick succession.
Yes, Ukrainian attack helicopters and explosives-laden “suicide” drones are responsible for some of these attacks. But it's evident that Ukrainian brigades firing old Tochka ballistic missiles are responsible for many—if not most—of the Ukrainian deep strikes targeting Russian logistical infrastructure.
Dnipro is Ukrainian prospective surface-to-air missile of middle range.
The long-range missile — known as ATACMS and pronounced like “attack 'ems” — can strike targets 190 miles away with a warhead containing about 375 pounds of explosives.
Defense officials who have advised against supplying Ukraine with the longer-range missiles, known as Army Tactical Missile Systems (ATACMs), have voiced concerns that the missiles could be used against targets inside Russian territory and potentially set off a wider war with Russia, the officials told NBC News.
Ukraine currently has eight High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS, able to strike ranges of 85 kilometers or 52 miles, as well asf Howitzer cannons with a range of 18 miles.
1. America. The United States of America is without a doubt one of the world's most powerful countries, and its defence system is no exception.
The Ukrainian Air Force (Ukrainian: Повітряні Сили України, romanized: Povitriani Syly Ukrainy) is the air force of Ukraine and one of the five branches of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Its headquarters are in the city of Vinnytsia.
This system is apparently capable against not just short range ballistic missiles, but also medium range ballistic missiles.
Until recently, most Ukrainian artillery could strike at a distance only of up to 30-40 km. The longest-range weapon – the Tochka-U missile complex – had a range of up to 120 km.
Russia possesses a total of 5,977 nuclear warheads as of 2022, the largest stockpile of nuclear warheads in the world; the second-largest stockpile is the United States' 5,428 warheads. Russia's deployed missiles (those actually ready to be launched) number about 1,588, second to the United States' 1,644.
As of 2022, there were estimated to be approximately 4,178 nuclear warheads belonging to three NATO allies, the United States, France, and the United Kingdom.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine shot down a cruise missile using a man-portable anti-aircraft system. This happened during one of the largest missile attacks during the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russian invaders. The military published a video of the combat mission.
The same independent verification exists for most of the other Ukrainian claims. Recently, the Pentagon acknowledged that the Russian military has lost thousands of combat vehicles of all types, including over 1,000 tanks, and dozens of fighter jets and helicopters.
Russia has continued to use long-range cruise missiles fired from ships in the Black Sea to hit civilian targets in Ukraine over the last several weeks, a Pentagon spokesman told reporters on Tuesday.
While Ukraine has multiple nuclear power plants for civilian use, the country does not have nuclear weapons. Ukraine inherited a large nuclear arsenal when the Soviet Union broke up in 1991. But Ukraine gave up its nuclear weapons under a 1994 agreement under which Russia pledged to respect Ukraine's borders.
The MiG-29 made its first flight in October 1977 and entered service with the Soviet Union in July 1982. It is still very much flying today, with Russia and a few other air arms, and is also in use in the current war between Russian and Ukraine.
A new study sponsored by the American Physical Society concludes that U.S. systems for intercepting intercontinental ballistic missiles cannot be relied on to counter even a limited nuclear strike and are unlikely to achieve reliability within the next 15 years.
Halting an atomic weapon is theoretically possible, say experts, but in reality is an enormous challenge. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has raised the fear of nuclear weapons to a level not seen since the Cold War.
The BrahMos (also designated as PJ-10) is a medium-range stealth ramjet supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from submarine, ships, aircraft or land, notably being the fastest supersonic cruise missile in the world at the time of introducing.
Ukraine now has 26 advanced mobile launchers that can fire rockets even farther than those howitzers can — 16 HIMARS vehicles from the United States and 10 older American-made M270 launchers that Britain and Germany provided.
The Ukrainian armed forces have been able to effectively use the 16 HIMARS currently in its arsenal to pummel key Russian positions, such as logistics and command centers, in recent months.
The huge majority of Ukraine's anti-tank missile arsenal is locally made. And the local Stugna-P is proving to be just about as dangerous as the world-class Javelin. And cheaper. Ukrainian arms-manufacturer Ukroboronprom began delivering Stugna-Ps to the army back in 2018.