Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Come Back Alive Foundation

The Come Back Alive charitable foundation has supplied the first batch of 35 specialized sights for U.S.-made Mk19 grenade launchers for the Ukrainian military. The...
The Come Back Alive charitable foundation, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's UNITED24 initiative and one of Ukraine's biggest banks Monobank, announced on Monday the...
Ukrainians once again surprised the world with bought of 1000 shoulder-launched, anti-tank, rocket-propelled grenade launchers for Ukraine's Army. Despite a suffered from the war economy,...
Ukraine’s crowdfunding effort to support Army aviation pilots has raised more than UAH 31 million ($0,84 million), the Come Back Alive Foundation said Tuesday. "In...
Taras Chmut, director of the Come Back Alive Foundation, said that Ukraine needs C-RAM weapon systems that can destroy cruise missiles and suicide drones. “These...
Ukraine's largest charity foundation, Come Back Alive has purchased 11 armored vehicles to hand them over to the 36th separate marine brigade of the...
A new Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aircraft system, with three drones and a ground control station, has been handed over to the Ukrainian military...
The Kyiv-based Come Back Alive foundation, which provides targeted and effective support to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, announced the delivery of dozens of...

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