The “Come Back Alive” Foundation starts fundraising campaign for reconnaissance and strike mortar systems
The project has been launched to supply 120mm mortar reconnaissance and strike systems for the Territorial Defense Forces’ brigades.
It was called “LONG HANDS for TDF.”
For the implementation of the project, it is necessary to collect 333,000,000 hryvnia, the “Come Back Alive” Foundation said.
With these funds, they plan to procure systems for 31 Territorial Defense Brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
According to the Fund, such systems have a unified system of providing intelligence, fire capabilities, communications, mobility and specialized training by the fund’s instructors.
In total, these are 186 120-mm mortars and 93 SUVs, which are necessary for the creation of systems.
Each reconnaissance and strike system consists of:
- 120 mm mortars – 6 pcs
- SUVs – 3 pcs
- Motorola radio – 14 pcs
- Night vision devices – 9 pcs
- DJI Mavic 3 quadcopters+additional batteries – 3 pcs
- Starlink – 3 pcs
- Tablets with Armor (specialized software – ed.) – 8 pcs
- UPS (1 kV) – 3 pcs
- Inverter generators (1.6 kV) – 3 pcs
- Binoculars with compass – 3 pcs
The number of brigades in each region of Ukraine is different, so for one region the Fund collects a minimum of UAH 10.8 million, and the amount for the other can be UAH 32.4 million.
Recently, the Foundation has handed over Mitsubishi L200 pickups to the Mariupol 56th Separate Motorized Infantry Brigade. Vehicles are always needed and coveted on the battlefield. The vehicles will be transferred to a number of detachments.
The Brigade said that the pickups will receive protective camouflage to evacuate the wounded, transfer intelligence units and transport weapons.
At the end of November, it became known that representatives of 15 Universities during the “Studentstvo v rusniya” (Students against rushists – ed.) campaign raised more than 1.4 million hryvnias for the “Come Back Alive” Fund.
The benefactors will spend these funds on the purchase of simulators for the operators of domestic made Corsair anti-tank missile systems.
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