The most talked-about Ukraine military news is that the Russian Foreign Minister ruled out any possibility of a ceasefire in Ukraine. The world was expecting positive outcomes from the few rounds of peace talks that turned unproductive. Although the military power of Ukraine is no match for the Russian army's weapons, the will-power of the nation to defend itself from Russian aggression has laid bare the fact that Russia miscalculated the moves when launching the military offensive in Ukraine in the last week of February. The long-standing conflict between Ukraine and Russia turned into a full-scale war when Russian forces attacked cities across Ukraine and targeted civilians instead of Ukraine's military installations. Ukraine military news – the initial days After launching the attack on the Ukraine cities, Russia justified the aggression as a part of its effort to demilitarize the country. In the beginning, it seemed that Russia was targeting Ukraine's military installations only as missiles hit the military headquarters, military warehouses, and airports near the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, Dnieper, and Kharkiv. Russia caused extensive destruction by carrying out innumerable airstrikes and conducting major artillery bombardments and rocket attacks, resulting in many casualties. Stiff resistance from Ukraine Although the military firepower power of Ukraine is much less than Russia, the Ukraine military equipment has been quite effective in halting Russia's aggression in many places. The Ukraine army is on the high moral ground is evident from the stiff resistance it can provide that compelled Russia to stretch the war, which it had expected to be a cakewalk. Despite Russia disabling many Ukraine military facilities during the initial stages and later carrying out mass destruction of cities, causing high civilian casualties, the Ukrainians firmly held the ground. They prevented Russia from walking all over the country. Weapons used by Ukraine Javelin missiles - The US weapons are new power for Ukraine that includes 17,000 Anti-Tank weapons, including Javelin missiles over the borders of Romania and Poland for further airlifting the inventory to Kyiv for distributing it further across other cities. Also known as FGM-148, the Javelin missiles are tank destroyers, and a single person can launch the weapon from the shoulder due to its lightweight. The missiles target the weakest part of the tanks and have a range of 4.5 kilometers. The weapon is also helpful in targeting low-flying aircraft and buildings. Stinger anti-aircraft missiles – Lithuania's security support package for Ukraine includes Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, which have the potential of becoming a game-changer by allowing the ground forces to combat the air attacks to render them ineffective. Bayraktar TB2 – UAV – The Turkish-made drone can carry small anti-armor weapons, and these have been very efficient, as seen in videos about the destruction of vehicles in Russian convoys. The drones can carry smart micro munition – Roketsan MAM-L, which can glide up to 8 km by following a laser to its targets. The recent highlight of the Ukraine military news is the massive loss of 680 tanks in the war till now. However, Russia keeps up its attacks as the battle continues amid peace talks.