Weapons committed to Ukraine
From 24 February 2022 to 19 May 2024
2 weeks

Towed Artillery
252
158
Self-Propelled Artillery
18
295
Multiple Launch Rocket System
21
110
Air Defense
40
145
War Plane
0
49
Helicopter
20
65
Tank
31
595
Infantry Fighting Vehicle
494
514
  • Includes delivered and promised in the near future
  • Air Defense: number of launchers is shown
  • IFVs: includes all Bradley and Stryker variants
  • Dataset

Weapons possessed
as of 24 February 2022

Towed Artillery
12939
517
Self-Propelled Artillery
7281
716
Multiple Launch Rocket System
4334
360
Air Defense
2798
403
War Plane
1214
115
Helicopter
1455
126
Tank
18117
2099
Infantry Fighting Vehicle
19351
1503
  • Includes equipment in store
  • Air Defense: number of launchers is shown
  • Tanks: includes T-62 and above
  • IFVs: includes BMD, BTR-80A and above, BTR-3 and above
  • Sources: iiss.org, armedforces.eu, globalsecurity.org, wikipedia.org

USA: Weapons possessed vs weapons provided
From 24 February 2022 to 19 May 2024

Possessed
Provided
Towed Artillery
3492
252
Self-Propelled Artillery
1539
18
Multiple Launch Rocket System
796
21
Air Defense
1621
40
Possessed
Provided
War Plane
3607
0
Helicopter
5296
20
Tank
6095
31
Infantry Fighting Vehicle
11669
494
  • Includes equipment in store
  • Air Defense: number of launchers is shown
  • IFVs: includes all Bradley and Stryker variants
  • Sources: iiss.org, armedforces.eu, globalsecurity.org, wikipedia.org, defense.gov

US Aid: Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024
24 April 2024

  • The difference between PDA Replenishment funds and PDA Cap is shown under 'Procurement'

US Aid: Ukraine Security Acts
From 24 February 2022 to 19 May 2024

  • The difference between PDA Replenishment funds and PDA Cap is shown under 'Procurement'

US Aid: Military
From 24 February 2022 to 19 May 2024

  • Presidential Drawdown Authority (PDA): This is the fastest way to deliver military aid. The President can authorize transfers of existing US defense equipment directly from US stockpiles. It's ideal for immediate needs but limited by existing stock availability

  • Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI): This program allows the US government to purchase new equipment directly from defense contractors. Unlike PDA, USAI provides more flexibility to acquire the latest equipment Ukraine needs, but it takes longer to procure and deliver

  • Foreign Military Financing (FMF): This program offers grants or loans to eligible countries, including Ukraine, to purchase US defense articles and services. Ukraine uses FMF funds to buy specific equipment and training through government-to-government agreements. While offering flexibility in purchases, FMF requires negotiation and approval processes, leading to longer timelines compared to PDA

  • According to our estimates, Ukraine has received approximately $3.6 billion worth of equipment procured through the USAI program

US Instant Military Aid (PDA) distribution over time
From 24 February 2022 to 19 May 2024

  • Adjusted for accounting errors for $6.2B