The UK is to send an unspecified number of M270 rocket launchers (Picture: MOD).
The UK is to send more Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (Picture: MOD).
Ukraine

What military equipment has the UK sent Ukraine?

Britain has supplied a range of weapons, vehicles, technology and armour to help Ukrainians fight the Russian invasion.

The UK is to send an unspecified number of M270 rocket launchers (Picture: MOD).
The UK is to send more Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (Picture: MOD).

The UK has provided thousands of weapons to Ukraine's armed forces since Russia's invasion in late February 2022.

Western countries began cautiously, supplying helmets and flak jackets, before limiting supplies to defensive weapons.

The Ministry of Defence has unveiled the UK's latest military aid package to Ukraine, which will include more Multiple Launch Rocket Systems and precision-guided missiles.

Britain will give the country a "significant number" of precision-guided M31A1 missiles that can hit targets up to 80km (50 miles) away, helping Ukraine defend itself from Russian heavy artillery, the MOD said.

But what has the UK sent so far?

More than 6,900 anti-tank missiles, including more than 5,000 NLAW (Next-generation Light Anti-tank Weapon) missiles, which have so far proved devastatingly effective against Russian armour.

More than 200 Javelin anti-tank missiles and Brimstone missiles. The Javelin is an extemely powerful shoulder-fired anti-armour system and it weighs 24.3kg. The "fire and forget" Javelin system allows the user to lock onto a target, fire and then focus on a different target, with a range of 2.5km.

One-hundred and twenty armoured fighting vehicles and six Stormer vehicles fitted with Starstreak launchers, along with hundred of missiles.

More than 16,000 rounds of artillery ammunition, as well as anti-structure munitions and 4.5 tonnes of plastic explosive.

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More than 20 M109 155mm self-propelled guns, 36 L119 105mm artillery guns and ammunition and more than 50,000 rounds of ammunition for Ukraine's artillery.

More than 200,000 pieces of non-lethal aid including more than 82,000 helmets, 8,450 sets of body armour, more than 5,000 night-vision devices, rangefinders and medical equipment.

Electronic warfare equipment including GPS jammers, counter battery radar systems and night vision equipment. 

Dozens of heavy lift UAV systems to provide logistical support to isolated forces.