Ukrop schrieb:Ich habe einfach nur aufgezeigt dass für Russland nur Nachteile dadurch entstünden.
Und darum fährt in der Ukraine Material herum, das nur die Russen haben können gell.
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) such as Orlan (used by the Russian Army since 2013), Tachion (planned to be introduced in the Russian armed forces in 2014 and is still being tested) and Granat (Granat 1 and Granat 4) that only the Russian army possesses;
- Air defence system Pantsir (SA-22 Greyhound) was identified as being used by the separatists in November 2014 and again in January and February 2015. The system is in the possession of the Russian armed forces as well as those of Algeria, Syria and the United Arab Emirates;
- Armoured personnel vehicles BRT82A and BRT82AM used by the separatists as captured in video footage dating back to August 2014. These vehicles are only used by Russia and Kazakhstan;
- Versions of T-72 tanks in quantities that would only be available to the Russian armed forces. There is little evidence supporting the claim that the separatists had any tanks prior to the August offensive in which Russian troops were heavily involved. While the Ukrainian armed forces do have some T-72s (and this could in theory support the claim that some had been seized by the separatists), these were not in active use and were mainly either mothballed or sold abroad. The backbone of the Ukrainian armed forces consists of T-64 tanks (which are no longer used by the Russians). In particular, the very identifiable version T-72B3 (used only by the Russian armed forces) was captured in video footage dating from August 2014. A number of T-72B3s with white stripes (used by the separatists) were destroyed by Ukrainian forces on Ukrainian territory. T-72B3 tanks were also captured in footage made by Graham Phillips around Debaltsevo in February 2015;
- In addition, on 20 August 2014, an airborne combat vehicle (ACV), number 275, was captured near Luhansk. According to documents, it belongs to the 1st company (or the 7th) of the Russian 76th Airborne Troops division;
- While assaulting the Donetsk airport on 14 January 2015, separatist militants used the “Meteorite” (УР-77 "Метеорит"/ "Meteorite" UR-77) explosive mine clearing system. Meteorite" UR-77 is a soviet mine clearing system created on the basis of the self-propelled howitzer 2С1”Gvozdika” (2С1 «Гвоздика»/ 2S1 Gvozdika). The system is possessed only by the Russian armed forces;
- Two multifunctional electronic intelligence collection systems and electronic warfare system МКТК-1А "Dzyudoyst" (MKTK-1A Judoist ECM vehicle) were spotted in the area of the city of Luhansk on 14 February 2015. A mobile automated system of technical control, electronic simulation and jamming countermeasures, the "Dzyudoyst" (Judoist) is designed to analyze and assess the electromagnetic environment, search for interference sources, assess the level of security of objects from information leaks by technical channels, and monitor the protection level against radio intelligence collection and electronic intelligence. The system was adopted by the Russian armed forces (Strategic Missile Forces and Airborne Forces troupes) in 2013.