Unfortunately, Patriots are not produced like sausages. The first battery that Poland ordered in March 2018 was delivered in December 2022 which is after more than four and half years.
Raytheon recently stated they can produce twelve batteries per year, plus 50 interceptors per month.

MBDA Germany wouldn't officially state what their output is, but judging by their recent contracts, it appears to be about 20 per month. They don't produce starters or any related equipment, though, only the missiles themselves.
 
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It may be 10 times more or only 1,5 x who knows?

But I can tell you in another war we went directly to the MBDA production lines to pick up "stuff".

Everyday.

MBDA has vast production capabilities and a large production facility.

In a not so distant past bunkers over bunkers hidden in woods were filled to the brim with munitions.

Anyway shooting down Ruzzian missiles and A/C is prio number one and imposes huge costs on Ruzzia.

Their meat waves do not cost much in comparison.

But if you can move better under air cover it gets much easier stopping those assaults.
 
Mmmm . . . . click bait headline used - "Near miss" followed with "narrowly escaped" then says "12 km away from his residence." ROFLMAO!
 
Raytheon recently stated they can produce twelve batteries per year, plus 50 interceptors per month.

MBDA Germany wouldn't officially state what their output is, but judging by their recent contracts, it appears to be about 20 per month. They don't produce starters or any related equipment, though, only the missiles themselves.
a lot of this kit, different countries bought the license, and made their own, once finished, they will have mothballed the equipment, so they 'just' have to set it up again, and hire/retrain the staff. For patriot, at least USA, Japan and Germany have licenses, and USA has deep stocks - may be old, but I cant see ukraine being too fussy.

We are now reaching the point that most countries have given all their old stuff, so we need to move to new stuff to give, and to re-equip our own forces.
 
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SAM systems in Ukraine are being hunted down, ones inside NATO territory cannot.
I'd doubt Russia can hunt in the western half of Ukr. And if that was the case, and reason, then legally it would be a little bit dodgy to do so, and I cant see some i.e. Germany taking part. UK would do it., Poland, and the Baltics.
 
Hello everyone, i need your help. Some time ago, I saw a video of a young German who is repairing roads near the front line in Ukraine. Unfortunately, his work happens a bit under the radar of the public, so he doesn't get as much attention as he might deserve. Can any of you remember what his name was and what his channel name was?
 
Footage of work from an underground shelter in Ukraine, Russian 100-mm anti-tank gun MT-12 "Rapira". The crew of the Rapier anti-tank gun themselves equipped an underground position, including exhaust ventilation to remove powder gases. In fact, the anti-tank gun began to be used as a howitzer. The MT-12 Rapier 100mm anti-tank guns were developed in the early 1960s and were removed from storage by the Russian Army for use in Ukraine.

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