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Turkey supplied laser-guided missiles to Ukraine​


Turkey delivered dozens of TRLG-230 precision-guided missiles to Ukraine in the early summer, two sources familiar with the issue told Middle East Eye.

Developed by Turkish producer Roketsan, the 230mm TRLG-230 missile has high accuracy against targets within a range of 20-70 km, thanks to its global positioning system (GPS) and laser guidance.

The TRLG-230 can be combined with multiple rocket launchers, known as MLRS, whose American equivalent, the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS), has been very effective against the Russian forces in Ukraine.

MEE understands that around 50 TRLG-230 missiles have been shipped to Ukraine, confirming what defence blog Oryx reported on Monday. One source said as many as 200 missiles could have been shipped so far.

Orxy said in an article that the guided missile could be combined with Turkey’s famed Bayraktar TB2 armed drones, which could pinpoint targets for the guided missile and help successfully destroy them within a range of 70 kilometers.

Stijn Mitzer, an arms expert who runs Oryx, told MEE that Turkey was the first country to deliver such equipment to Ukraine, even before the United States had supplied its HIMARS, which first arrived in Ukraine in June.

“TRLG-230 missiles are destined for pinpoint strikes on target, rather than firing a lot of them at once as with a regular multiple rocket launcher,” he said.

Undated footage surfaced on Ukrainian social media on Tuesday night allegedly showing a TRLG-230 missile being fired in Ukraine, indicating that they are being used one at a time rather than in multiple firings.

Footage released by the Azerbaijani military last year revealed that Baku had used TRLG-230s in the 2020 conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, where TB2s also played a central role.

Ukraine and Turkey have close defence industry cooperation, a relationship that has flourished in recent years. The TB2's producer Baykar, which has close ties to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s family, was building a plant in Ukraine before the war.

Ukrainian companies also produce the TB2's engines, and Turkey has sold dozens of Bayraktars to Kyiv over the course of the past two years.

Frequent flights between Turkey and Poland between February and April indicate that Turkey has continued to deliver TB2s and its MAM-L munition to Kyiv since the Russian invasion began.

Further proves that Turkey is controlling the information released over the use of her weapons in Ukraine. We see what Turkey wants us to see.
 

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Russians who accidentally released anthrax and fcked up the entire village areas.

Also Lake Karachay where Turkic peoples lived turned into a radiation wasteland thanks to the Russians.

When disaster happened the Russians evacuated their own kin while leaving the non Russians to die from radiation.

The region still suffers from radiation while many cant leave because the city does not exist officially.

Also Ukrainians still suffer from the effects of Chernobyl.

Ukrainians are not angels I tell you one thing they are 100 times better than Russians.

Stop shilling for Russia. Especially as an Azerbaijani you are disgracing your ancestors.
I dont know what BisBis is - but I do know that he is not Turkic.
 
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**Updated as more information has come out*

USA sending another $400 million arms package to Ukraine. The contents of this package are as follows.

- 200 generators to help combat Russian attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure.

- Undisclosed quantity of ammunition (GMRLS) for HIMARS.

- Undisclosed quantity of ammunition (likely AMRAAMS) for NASAMS.

- Undisclosed quantity of "HARM" anti-radiation missiles.

- 10,000,120mm mortar rounds.

- 200, Excalibur, GPS guided 155mm artillery rounds.

- 150 heavy machines guns (ammunition included), with thermal sights, to help combat Russian drone operations.

- 150 HMMWVs.

- 100+ light tactical vehicles.

- 20 million rounds of mixed small arms ammunition.

- Spare parts for 105mm and 155mm howitzers.

 
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Great Britain is sending 3, recently retired, Sea King helicopters to Ukraine. These anti-submarine / search and rescue helicopters were largely built throughout the 1970's and 1980's and were upgraded throughout the years, before countries such as Britain and Canada retired them gradually throughout the last decade. These 3 were retired in 2018. According to the BBC article below, Ukrainian pilots spent 6 weeks in Britain learning to fly the Sea Kings. These aircraft will more than likely be repurposed and used for the transfer of troops, supplies and ammunition, further enhancing Ukrainian logistical distribution. Alternatively, these helos can be used in a Medevac role for combat troops at / near the front.

Britain is also sending an additional 10,000, artillery rounds to Ukraine, of an undisclosed caliber (likely 155mm or 105mm)


Britain becomes the 5th known country to provide helicopters to Ukraine in response to the Russian invasion.

- In April, USA sent 17 Mi-17, multi-role helos to Ukraine. They were previously purchased by the U.S. and were destined for Afghanistan, before the U.S. pulled out of that country.

- In May the Czech Republic sent an undisclosed number MI-24V attack helicopters to Ukraine. The Czechs had 15 MI-24Vs in their inventory and were in the process of replacing them. It's unknown how many intact models made it to Ukraine and how many were held in reserve for parts.

- In June, Slovakia sent 5 multi-role helicopters to Ukraine, including 4 MI-17s and an MI-2.

- In November, Croatia announced that they would be sending their remaining 14, MI-8 multi-role helicopters to Ukraine. Croatia was in the process of retiring their Soviet made MI-8's by 2026. They'll be replaced by American Blackhawk helicopters.

These 5 contributions have seen between 50-55 helicopters sent to Ukraine. Most are outdated by modern standards, but all are still capable of providing some level of CAS or transport / medevac role.
 

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Turkey supplied laser-guided missiles to Ukraine​


Turkey delivered dozens of TRLG-230 precision-guided missiles to Ukraine in the early summer, two sources familiar with the issue told Middle East Eye.

Developed by Turkish producer Roketsan, the 230mm TRLG-230 missile has high accuracy against targets within a range of 20-70 km, thanks to its global positioning system (GPS) and laser guidance.

The TRLG-230 can be combined with multiple rocket launchers, known as MLRS, whose American equivalent, the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS), has been very effective against the Russian forces in Ukraine.

MEE understands that around 50 TRLG-230 missiles have been shipped to Ukraine, confirming what defence blog Oryx reported on Monday. One source said as many as 200 missiles could have been shipped so far.

Orxy said in an article that the guided missile could be combined with Turkey’s famed Bayraktar TB2 armed drones, which could pinpoint targets for the guided missile and help successfully destroy them within a range of 70 kilometers.

Stijn Mitzer, an arms expert who runs Oryx, told MEE that Turkey was the first country to deliver such equipment to Ukraine, even before the United States had supplied its HIMARS, which first arrived in Ukraine in June.

“TRLG-230 missiles are destined for pinpoint strikes on target, rather than firing a lot of them at once as with a regular multiple rocket launcher,” he said.

Undated footage surfaced on Ukrainian social media on Tuesday night allegedly showing a TRLG-230 missile being fired in Ukraine, indicating that they are being used one at a time rather than in multiple firings.

Footage released by the Azerbaijani military last year revealed that Baku had used TRLG-230s in the 2020 conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, where TB2s also played a central role.

Ukraine and Turkey have close defence industry cooperation, a relationship that has flourished in recent years. The TB2's producer Baykar, which has close ties to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s family, was building a plant in Ukraine before the war.

Ukrainian companies also produce the TB2's engines, and Turkey has sold dozens of Bayraktars to Kyiv over the course of the past two years.

Frequent flights between Turkey and Poland between February and April indicate that Turkey has continued to deliver TB2s and its MAM-L munition to Kyiv since the Russian invasion began.
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France handed over to Ukraine two batteries of the Crotale air defense system, it is worth noting that it is not known which versions of the air defense system were transferred. The French air defense system "Crotal" was developed in the late sixties by order of South Africa, after which the French army became interested in it. In the late eighties and in 2010 the complex was modernized, it was called "Crotale NG". SAM "Krotal" were actively exported and installed on different chassis. The French Ministry of Defense planned to abandon the Crotale NG complexes, the decommissioning of the last air defense systems was scheduled for 2025. The United States also tested the complex, but in the end did not accept it into service. The air defense system has a target tracking radar antenna and an optical-electronic station. A foldable survey radar antenna is installed on top. One complex can simultaneously fire at one target with a capacity of up to 4 launches per minute. The firing range of the latest versions of air defense systems is 500-10000 meters, the height of target destruction is up to 6000 meters.


Russian military personnel are actively using guns in Ukraine against STUPOR drones. In the video, using this complex, a commercial drone of the Ukrainian army DJI Mavic 3 was planted. At the moment, 3 drones of the DJI Mavic 3 type were planted using the PARS "STUPOR" anti-drone complex.


Strike installations UR-83P and UR-77 in Ukraine. The UR-83P is an analogue of the UR-77 demining machine, but it is delivered to the place of use by truck and assembled on site. Installation assembly time 1.5 hours. After the installations and incendiary shells hit, at the end of the video, the Russian unit began to attack the village of Berestovoye.


Russian servicemen, under the cover of a tank, evacuated the wounded directly from the front line. The crew of the tank with the callsign "Vesitologist" approached the positions of the Ukrainian army almost point-blank, the distance was about 100 meters. The fire of the tankers was corrected from the drone. Also, at the risk, the coordination of the work of the crew was carried out by one soldier directly from the armor of the tank.


One of the Ukrainian soldiers, possibly a mercenary from Georgia, filmed an American armored car International MaxxPro of the Ukrainian army from the inside. MaxxPro armored personnel carrier manufactured by Navistar International, adopted by the United States in 2007. At that time, American troops in Iraq were urgently re-equipping with these vehicles, since the Humvee armored vehicles had poor mine protection. The MaxxPro armored vehicle can withstand an explosion of a mine in TNT equivalent up to 7 kg. In the US, you can buy a new MaxxPro for $550,000.

 

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Here is the result of Zelensky's actions. The great success of the hero zelensky.
Hunger, thirst, lack of electricity, cold.

Arguments such as Zelensky is innocent, Russia attacked, Putin did it.

However, the top management of that country is primarily responsible for the situation of a country.

Excuses are unacceptable. Otherwise, governments do not accept failure, they always put the blame on others.
 
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I had to write again. First, there is no nation called Azeri. People living in Azerbaijan are Türk like Anatolian people.

Secondly, I do not support Russia. I just do not want Russia to disintegrate for now so that the balance of power in our region is not disturbed.

Because if Russia disintegrates now, the USA will take over our country and the north of the Black Sea.

Because of this danger, I do not want Ukraine to win. that is, out of necessity.



Here is the result of Zelensky's actions. The great success of the hero zelensky.
Hunger, thirst, lack of electricity, cold.

Arguments such as Zelensky is innocent, Russia attacked, Putin did it.

However, the top management of that country is primarily responsible for the situation of a country.

Excuses are unacceptable. Otherwise, governments do not accept failure, they always put the blame on others.

It's clear you are supporting Russia and you are here with an hidden agenda.
It's directly Russia's and Putin's fault. Ukraine is a sovereign country, they can approach west or east it's their business. Russia is a terrorist country. Period.
 

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