There are now tens of thousands of volunteers who need additional military training in order to maximize their military potential.
- Volodymyr Dehtyarov, CEO of Newsfront Communications Agency, a Ukrainian PR company, and now, in convenient lock-and-key fashion, is assigned to the TDF’s Public Affairs Unit in Kyiv: “We’ve had over 100,000 recruits join up since the start of the war.”
- The training platform has been outfitted with an infrared sensor at the end of the tube — basically, the same technology used in the 1980s Nintendo classic “Duck Hunt” video game — to simulate the flight path of a real missile, with the ballistics faithfully replicated by custom-written software.
- Another added value of the virtual shooting range is its versatility. Soldiers can be instructed on how to aim and fire “everything,” as Dehtyarov puts it: AK-74 assault rifles, RPK light machine guns, Javelins, NLAWs and even larger, multicrew weapons such as the SPG-9 recoilless rifle.
- The plan is to outfit each one of the 32 TDF brigades with one of these training centers. So far they’ve secured funding for around six of these virtual ranges.
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- Come Back Alive is one of the largest charitable foundations that supports Ukrainian soldiers, founded by the IT specialist Vitaliy Deynega. The organization collected more than 210 million UAH (more than $7M) in 2014. According to Na chasi, the Patreon page Come Back Alive is in the top ten projects by the number of financial donations.
- MacPaw Development Fund
- Army SOS, which develops drones;
- Everybody Can, an organization that supports internally displaced people;
- Help on the Ministry of Defense website.