The U.S. Since Russia’s premeditated, unprovoked assault against Ukraine on February 24, the Army Security Assistance Command has been on full display.
Since the outset of the invasion, USASAC, which manages the Army’s foreign military sales and security assistance programs, has overseen the supply of $2 billion in weapons, training, and materiel, and nearly $2.9 billion since Russia’s 2014 acquisition of Crimea. Hundreds of thousands of items, such as anti-armor systems and unmanned aerial systems, are included in these multibillion-dollar security support packages. Deliveries are being made around the clock and at unprecedented speeds, according to USASAC Commanding General Brig. Gen. Brad Nicholson, demonstrating America’s unflinching support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.