Photo: HIMARS MLRS/Bill Boecker/U.S. Army
The United States may have to limit the number of HIMARS MLRS supplied to Ukraine due to the limited number of shells that Washington can transfer to Kyiv, writes the American military portal 19FortyFive.
The publication notes that limited supplies of HIMARS MLRS make it impossible for Ukraine to change the situation in Donbass.
"Ukraine may have to make do with one or two volley shots a day. This may not be enough to turn the tide in the stalemate in Donbas", — writes the publication.
Earlier, a representative of the Pentagon promised that the United States would continue to help Ukraine with ammunition for the HIMARS MLRS. According to the official, the U.S. is in constant contact with Ukraine about ammunition levels as it wants to make sure they have what their needs on the battlefield.
Formerly BAGNET reported that the United States intends to provide Ukraine with spare parts for military aircraft of Soviet and Ukrainian production, and also plans to hand over a new batch of Phoenix Ghost drones in August.
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