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WASHINGTON - The Pentagon said it will send Ukraine up to $400 million in artillery ammunition, weapons and supplies in its latest drawdown package to help the nation defend itself against Russia.
The security assistance package announced on Wednesday includes more ammunition for high-mobility artillery rocket systems, or HIMARS, high-velocity anti-radiation rockets, or HARMs, and 200 155mm precision-guided artillery shells, the US Department of Defense said in a statement.
It also contains 150 heavy machine guns with thermal imaging sights that Ukraine could use to shoot down Russian drones, the Pentagon said, as well as 10,000 120mm mortar shells and additional ammunition for National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems, or NASAMS, air defense systems developed by developed by the Norwegian Kongsberg Defense and Aerospace and the US company Raytheon Technologies.
"In the face of Russia's relentless and brutal missile and [unmanned aerial systems] attacks on Ukraine's critical energy infrastructure, additional air defense capabilities remain an urgent priority," the Pentagon said. "The additional ammunition for NASAMS and heavy machine guns will help Ukraine counter these urgent threats."
The package also includes 150 Humvees, more than 100 light tactical vehicles, more than 200 generators, spare parts for 105mm howitzers and other equipment, and more than 20 million rounds of small arms ammunition.
This withdrawal will be the 26th withdrawal by the US military for Ukraine since August 2021. The Pentagon said the US has provided about $22 billion in security aid to Ukraine since 2014, including more than $19 billion since Russia invaded the country in February.

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