Ukraine is building the army that will be able to defend Ukrainians on land, at sea, in the air, in cyberspace.
12:20, 21 October 2020
The final stage of testing is scheduled for Q2 2020.
13:10, 07 May 2020
Once accepted for service, Vilkha-M will become the most powerful land-based weapon in terms of range.
10:40, 27 April 2020
The Vilkha-M project envisages manufacture of high-precision 300 mm rocket-propelled munitions with a maximum range of over 100 km.
14:40, 25 April 2020
The program concept is currently undergoing formal review.
12:40, 19 February 2020
Ukroboronprom is soon expected to set up mass production of the upgraded Verba multiple launch rocket system.
16:00, 12 November 2019
The launches were carried out by the 107th Rocket Artillery Brigade.
16:50, 29 July 2019
Also, the top defense official said that by the end of the year, the ministry plans to have completed state tests of ammo for Vilkha-M as well as Neptun cruise missiles.
23:20, 13 June 2019
As for the Vilkha-M complex, the developers are working to increase the operating range.
13:00, 07 June 2019
According to the military official, this year inspires optimism regarding the fulfillment of the state defense order.
19:20, 13 April 2019
The head of state noted the need for the development of the national missile program, stressing that Kyiv would no longer repeat the mistakes of the Budapest Memorandum.
20:45, 09 March 2019
The Vilkha high-precision multiple rocket launching system based on KrAZ-7634 chassis as to Neptun cruise anti-ship missile system.
17:30, 17 February 2019
Design and development works are underway on a number of other defense projects.
15:15, 11 January 2019
All components of the new weapon are Ukrainian-made.
16:00, 26 December 2018
The Vilkha was successfully tested in April and December 2017.
19:40, 21 October 2018
The president attended the final testing of the Vilkha system.
10:25, 26 April 2018
Turchynov says Vilkha is better than the Russian analog Smerch by all odds.
16:19, 10 April 2018
<p>Ukraine successfully conducted another series of tests of a modern Ukrainian-made high-accuracy missile complex Vilkha, Kyiv's Luch State Design Bureau, which is part of Ukroboronprom State Concern, wrote on Facebook.</p>
11:40, 26 April 2017