The US Transportation Command organized the delivery to Ukraine of more than 60 Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, which were loaded onto a ship in the port of Charleston, North Carolina.
The video of the loading of combat vehicles was published by the US Embassy in Ukraine on Twitter.
"The U.S. Transportation Command has arranged for the delivery of more than 60 Bradley fighting vehicles to Ukraine as part of a $2.85 billion U.S. military aid deal announced earlier this year. Watch as U.S. Army personnel load the ship at the port of Charleston, North Carolina." - noted in the diplomatic mission.
The U.S. Transportation Command arranged for the delivery of more than 60 Bradley Fighting Vehicles to Ukraine as part of a $2.85 billion U.S. military aid agreement announced earlier this year.
Watch US Army personnel load a ship at the Port of Charleston, North Carolina.
— US Embassy Kyiv (@USEmbassyKyiv) February 6, 2023
We will remind, on January 6, the White House announced a new
package of military aid to Ukraine
which included Bradley infantry fighting vehicles, anti-tank missiles, ammunition, armored personnel carriers, self-propelled howitzers and more.
On January 20, the United States announced a new military aid package for Ukraine, the cost of which is $2.5 billion.
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