Ukraine has established its fourth Naval Forces base in Ochakiv in the Mykolaiv region, located northwest of the Black sea, reports Dumskaya news outlet.
The first three bases are in Odesa, Mykolaiv, and Berdyansk.
The Ukrainian government decided to relocate four units of the Ukrainian Navy from Odesa to Ochakiv base. Mid-size landing ship Yuri Olefirenko, Korets tugboat, artillery boats AKA-02 and Rivne will be transferred to Ochakiv. Previously Olefirenko was part of the 5th brigade in Mykolaiv, UA Wire reported Thursday.
In the summer of 2017, the US Navy reported that US naval construction battalions began the construction of the operational fleet management center for the Ukrainian Navy in Ochakiv.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine took delivery of two modern AN/TPQ-30 counter-battery radars from the US government in an official handover ceremony this week, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry announced on 20 May. “These counter-battery stations are part of the US security assistance, costing more than $1
Russia has accused the United States of copying its RPG-7 grenade launcher, calling it the PSRL-1 multipurpose grenade launcher and supplying it to the Ukrainian national guard. PSRL-1 multipurpose grenade launchers handed over by Washington to Kiev and tested by the Ukrainian national guard for the first time were copied from the Russian grenade launcher RPG-7, a source in the Russian defense industry told TASS news agency on Saturday
Aircraft and strategic drone belonging to the United States (US) have been conducting reconnaissance operations close to Russian borders in Ukraine, several reports have claimed. An online aircraft monitoring resource PlaneRadar stated that at least three American reconnaissance aircraft were spotted near Russias southern and western borders on May 1- the RQ-4B Global Hawk drone, Boeing RC-135V and the P-8A Poseidon anti-submarine patrol aircraft
A Ukrainian state-owned defense industry worker has been taken into custody over suspicion of sharing sensitive information regarding Ukrainian military equipment with the Russian intelligence in exchange for money, Prosecutor Generals Office of Ukraine said in a
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