The United States has committed about $7.6 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since the start of the Biden administration, including about $6.9 billion since the start of the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Russia on February 24.
On July 1, the Department of Defense (DoD) announced $820 million in additional security assistance for Ukraine. This includes authorizing a Presidential Security Assistance Levy of up to $50 million, as well as $770 million in funds from the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative ( USAI).
The PDA authorization is the fourteenth removal of equipment from DoD inventories for Ukraine since August 2021.
U.S. security assistance to Ukraine includes:
• More than 1,400 Stinger anti-aircraft systems;
• More than 6,500 Javelin anti-armour systems;
• More than 20,000 other anti-armour systems;
• More than 700 Switchblade tactical unmanned aerial systems;
• 126 155 mm howitzers and up to 410,000 155 mm artillery shells;
• 36,000 105 mm artillery shells;
• 126 tactical vehicles to tow 155 mm howitzers;
• 19 tactical vehicles to recover equipment;
• Eight high mobility artillery rocket systems and ammunition;
• Two National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS);
• 20 Mi-17 helicopters;
• Hundreds of multi-purpose wheeled armored vehicles with high mobility;
• 200 M113 armored personnel carriers;
• More than 10,000 grenade launchers and small arms;
• More than 59,000,000 small arms cartridges;
• 75,000 sets of bulletproof vests and helmets;
• 121 Phoenix Ghost tactical unmanned aerial systems;
• Laser-guided rocket systems;
• Puma unmanned aerial systems;
• Unmanned coastal defense vessels;
• 26 counter-artillery radars;
• Four anti-mortar radars;
• Four air surveillance radars;
• Two harpoon coastal defense systems;
• 18 coastal and river patrol boats;
• M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel ammunition;
• C-4 explosives and demolition equipment for obstacle clearance;
• Tactical secure communications systems;
• Thousands of night vision devices, thermal imaging systems, optics and laser rangefinders;
• Commercial satellite imagery services;
• Explosive ordnance protection equipment;
• Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear protection equipment;
• Medical supplies, including first aid kits;
• electronic jamming equipment;
• Field equipment and spare parts;
• Funding for training, maintenance and sustainment.
The United States also continues to work with allies and partners to provide Ukraine with additional capabilities to defend itself.