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because Ukraine received a numerical number of T-64s ~2,000 of them while with the T-72s they received ~1,300 but most of their equipment before the war was mothballed (inoperational). for example out of 20 2S5s not a single one was active before the conflict and most of their Mi-8s weren't active. If I remember right only 700-800 T-64s were active before the conflict. Ukraine has a long time to get all active and up to Bulat standard and was even looking at Belarus to help restore some of their equipment.
hasn't Ukraine changed some of their military doctrines such as their Marine Corps and Airborne units?
 

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Ukraine has added multiple vehicles to their airborne forces. They have let their airborne forces use T-80s, T-84s, BTR-4s, BTR-Ds, BMD-1s, BMD-2s, 2S9s, BMP-2s and BTR-80s.
 

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in Odessa Oblast the Ukrainian Navy along with the air force and army did a training drill to protect key military facilities.
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in Dnipropetrovsk oblast the 25th Separate airborne brigade underwent tactical training. 1,000 troops participated in maneuvers, guarded a bridge.
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Poroshenko inspects the airborne forces T-80BV, 2S23 self propelled Mortar system, BTR-4 and a BTR-3
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