US Transportation Command showed on February 6, 2023, on Twitter, the process of sending Bradley infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine.
Source: US Transportation Command
“US Transportation Command is delivering more than 60 Bradleys to Ukraine as part of the United States’ $2.85 billion military aid agreement announced earlier this year,” tweeted the US Transportation Command.
In the video, you can see the loading of a batch of several dozen American infantry fighting vehicles onto a ship in the port of Charleston in North Carolina.
Now, Ukrainian soldiers are undergoing organized training to master these infantry fighting vehicles in Germany.
At the beginning of January, the administration of US President Joe Biden announced a new package of military aid to Ukraine. It included Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, self-propelled guns, armored vehicles, surface-to-air missiles, anti-transport mines and ammunition worth $2.85 billion.
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