US Army Colonel Kanchian: APU may soon run out of missiles for HIMARS
In case of deliveries of additional American MLRS HIMARS to Ukraine, the stock of missiles for them may end in four months. The Drive writes about this with reference to retired United States Marine Corps Colonel Mark Kanchian.
The military said that the Ukrainian authorities, who had previously requested 100 such installations from the United States, need not worry about the number of acquired equipment , but about the number of shells for it.
“As long as Kyiv has 12-20 HIMARS MLRS, the intensity of use will not be a problem in the near future. But when there are more systems, then by the fourth month the missiles may simply run out,” Kanchian noted.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian aerospace forces attacked an ammunition depot near the village of Lyubimovka, Dnepropetrovsk region. As a result, more than 100 missiles to the American MLRS HIMARS were destroyed.
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