As the Russians surrendered more than 2,300 square miles to advancing in Ukraine, Kharkiv Oblast was left like a ghost town, reminiscing the hard times of war. However, there’s a silver lining in all of it; the Russians left massive stacks of munition and weaponry during their surrender.

Open-source tracker Oryx discovered that Soviet-era equipment was left on the border of Kharkiv, including T-80 variant tanks (dating back to the 1980s). Unfortunately, these T-80s were also poorly maintained, so only half of them could be considered combat-ready.

The T-80 is Russia’s main battle tank (MTB), built as the Soviet’s first turbine-powered tank. It has a GTD-1 turbine engine and weighs about 53.5 tonnes. In 1960, it was considered unreliable because of its 5TD diesel engine, but in 1967, its engine was upgraded to use the GDT-1000T. After further iterations (with a parallel version in the Ukrainian Army, the T-80UD), the variants retrieved in Kharkiv include the mine-plough with KMT-6 plough-type system and the KMT-7 roller-type system.

“They just left their tanks, artillery, special equipment, a lot of armor, and were just trying to save their lives,” a Ukrainian military official told Foreign Policy, speaking on condition of anonymity to provide an update on ongoing military operations. “They will be used against Russia.”

The losses in equipment and vehicles left the Russian troops in tatters. It was also reported by the British defense ministry that the 1st Guards Tanks Army, one of Russia’s most prestigious military units, had left the region and all of their munition and weapons on the battlefield. There was no proof of any sabotage from the Russian army to decapitate the tanks or any other weapon system.

A video released online showed the position of the Russian army with a large number of tanks, IFVs, and trucks that were attacked by Ukrainian artillery.

Retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, former commander of the US Army Europe, said we could probably expect a lot of these tanks and weaponry to be intact. Instead, when the Ukrainians were attacking the border, Russian soldiers tried to escape by foot or by small vehicles to avoid detection.

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“Some of them are no doubt reasonably functional,” he said. “You would expect at a major staging point that there would be quite a lot of equipment that is there specifically because it was damaged or needed servicing.”

The Ukrainians also retrieved the husk of a TOS-1A, a multiple-rocket launcher with the nickname “Solntsepyok.”

Now that the Ukrainians are left with this ammunition, they plan to apply many modern modifications to Russian equipment. Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Policy Jeb Nadaner said the Ukrainians have the capability to improve these Russian tanks, especially after undergoing US-backed training in Europe.

“They’re doing a lot of mods, like interesting things with captured Russian equipment. They’ve got a capability, particularly with captured equipment.”

Here’s the most updated list of retrieved Russian artillery and destroyed weapons throughout the war:

Tanks (1112, of which destroyed: 664, damaged: 44, abandoned: 51, captured: 353)

  • 1 T-62M
  • 2 T-64A
  • 40 T-64BV
  • 31 T-72A
  • 8 T-72AV
  • 165 T-72B
  • 62 T-72B Obr. 1989
  • 10 T-72BA
  • 171 T-72B3
  • 149 T-72B3 Obr. 2016
  • 54 Unknown T-72
  • 87 T-80BV
  • 2 T-80BVK
  • 81 T-80U
  • 2 T-80UK
  • 5 T-80UE-1
  • 1 T-80UM2
  • 37 T-80BVM
  • 20 T-90A
  • 2 T-90M
  • 175 Unknown tank

Armoured Fighting Vehicles (568, of which destroyed: 377, damaged: 7, abandoned: 29, captured: 155)

  • 17 BRM-1K reconnaissance vehicle
  • 3 BRDM-2
  • 217 MT-LB
  • 96 MT-LBVM and MT-LBVMK
  • 7 MT-LB with ZU-23 AA gun
  • 3 MT-LBM 6MB
  • 14 MT-LBu
  • 1 Vityaz DT-10PM articulated tracked carrier
  • 3 Vityaz DT-30 articulated tracked carrier
  • 2 GAZ-3344-20 ‘Aleut’ articulated tracked carrier
  • 1 2S1 with ZU-23 AA gun
  • 8 Unknown BTR-D/BMD-2
  • 41 Unknown BTR-80/BTR-82A
  • 155 Unknown AFV

Infantry Fighting Vehicles (1232, of which destroyed: 765, damaged: 25, abandoned: 73, captured: 369)

  • 144 BMP-1(P)
  • 16 BMP-1AM
  • 445 BMP-2(K)
  • 2 BMP-2M
  • 1 BMP-2 675-sb3KDZ
  • 67 Unknown BMP-1/2
  • 139 BMP-3
  • 2 BMO-T
  • 131 BMD-2
  • 56 BMD-4M
  • 224 BTR-82A(M)

Armoured Personnel Carriers (157, of which destroyed: 80, damaged: 2, abandoned: 9, captured: 66)

  • 1 BTR-60PB
  • 2 BTR-70
  • 1 BTR-70M
  • 85 BTR-80
  • 57 BTR-D
  • 11 BTR-MDM ‘Rakushka’

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles (33, of which destroyed: 17, damaged: 4, abandoned: 2, captured: 10)

  • 14 KamAZ-63968 Typhoon
  • 2 Kamaz-435029 Patrol-A
  • 9 K-53949 Typhoon-K
  • 8 K-53949 Linza

Infantry Mobility Vehicles (122, of which destroyed: 85, damaged: 2, abandoned: 1, captured: 34)

  • 9 GAZ Tigr
  • 88 GAZ Tigr-M
  • 25 Iveco LMV Rys

Command Posts And Communications Stations (134, of which destroyed: 71, abandoned: 8, captured: 55)

  • 9 BMP-1KSh command and staff vehicle
  • 5 BMD-1KSh-A command vehicle
  • 1 BTR-60PU-12M air defence command vehicle
  • 3 R-145BM1 command vehicle
  • 2 R-142NSA command and signals vehicle
  • 44 R-149MA1 command and staff vehicle
  • 18 R-149MA3 command and staff vehicle
  • 2 APE-5 command post
  • 1 MSh-5350.1 command vehicle
  • 1 9S470M1 (or variant thereof) command post (for Buk-M1/2)
  • 1 MP-2IM signals vehicle
  • 5 Barnaul-T 9С932-1 automated system for air defence units
  • 1 9S932-2 intelligence, control and command vehicle (for Barnaul-T)
  • 1 Command vehicle for Podlet-K1 low-altitude S-band surveillance radar
  • 7 R-149AKSh-1 command and signals vehicle
  • 17 R-166-0.5 signals vehicle
  • 1 P-260 Redut-2US communication system
  • 2 R-419L1 communications station
  • 1 P-260-U signal vehicle (for Redut-2US signal and communications system)
  • 1 MP-1IM signal vehicle
  • 2 R-439-MD2 SatCom Station
  • 2 Auriga-1.2V portable satellite communications station
  • 6 Unknown communications station based on the KamAZ 6×6
  • 1 Unknown communications station

Engineering Vehicles And Equipment (200, of which destroyed: 80, damaged: 3, abandoned: 38, captured: 79)

  • 1 UR-67 mine clearing charge on BTR-D APC
  • 16 UR-77 ‘Meteorit’ mine clearing vehicle
  • 1 GMZ-3 minelayer
  • 4 RKhM-6 Povozka
  • 1 RKhM-6 CBRN reconnaissance vehicle
  • 7 BAT-2 heavy engineering vehicle
  • 2 MDK-3 trench-digging vehicle
  • 1 BTS-4A armoured recovery vehicle
  • 17 BREM-1 armoured recovery vehicle
  • 1 BREM-2 armoured recovery vehicle
  • 5 BREM-Ch “BREM-4” armoured recovery vehicle
  • 2 BREM-D armoured recovery vehicle
  • 2 BREM-K armoured recovery vehicle
  • 4 REM-KL recovery vehicle
  • 2 MTP-A2 recovery vehicle
  • 1 MTP-A2.1 recovery vehicle
  • 1 Ural-4320 KET-L recovery vehicle
  • 4 Ural-4320 KT-L recovery vehicle
  • 14 IMR-2(M) combat engineering vehicle
  • 1 IMR-3M combat engineering vehicle
  • 10 PTS-3 tracked amphibious transport
  • 24 TMM-3 bridge layer
  • 1 MTU-72 bridge layer
  • 6 PMP floating bridge
  • 24 PP-2005 floating bridge
  • 8 Pontoon bridge
  • 1 BMK-130M/BMK-150 towing and motor boat
  • 10 BMK-460 towing and motor boat
  • 1 KrAZ-255B with excavator
  • 7 KamAZ-5350 with EOV-3523 excavator
  • 6 KamAZ-5350 with KS-45719-7M crane
  • 1 KamAZ-5350 with crane
  • 4 Ural-4320 with KS-3574M3 or KS-3574M crane
  • 2 KamAZ KMV-10V boom crane truck
  • 1 Ural-4320 with excavator
  • 1 ED2x30-T400-3RA mobile generator
  • 1 Mobile generator for Podlet-K1 low-altitude S-band surveillance radar
  • 1 MTO-UB1 maintenance vehicle
  • 2 MTO-AT mobile workshop
  • 1 MTO-AG-3M
  • 1 ARS-14U decontamination and degassing vehicle

Self-Propelled Anti-Tank Missile Systems (25, of which destroyed: 9, abandoned: 5, captured: 11)

  • 2 9P148 Konkurs
  • 21 9P149 Shturm-S
  • 2 9P163M-1 Kornet-T

Heavy Mortars (17, of which destroyed: 9, captured: 8)

  • 10 120mm 2B11/2S12
  • 4 120mm 2B11/2S12A
  • 2 Unknown heavy mortar
  • 1 2B9 Vasilek 82mm automatic gun mortar

Artillery Support Vehicles And Equipment (57, of which destroyed: 29, abandoned: 2, captured: 25)

  • 1 1V110 BM-21 Grad battery command vehicle
  • 1 1V12 command vehicle
  • 10 1V13(M) battery fire control center
  • 7 1V14 battery command and forward observer vehicle
  • 1 1V15M fire control and observation vehicle
  • 7 1V119 artillery fire direction vehicle
  • 22 9T452 transporter-loader (for BM-27 ‘Uragan’ MRL)
  • 8 TZM-T reloader vehicle (for TOS-1A)

Towed Artillery (89, of which destroyed: 30, damaged: 5, abandoned: 5, captured: 49)

  • 5 100mm MT-12 anti-tank gun
  • 8 120mm 2B16 Nona-K howitzer
  • 30 122mm D-30 howitzer
  • 1 152mm D-20 gun-howitzer
  • 40 152mm 2A65 Msta-B howitzer
  • 1 152mm 2A36 Giatsint-B
  • 4 Unknown towed artillery

Self-Propelled Artillery (195, of which destroyed: 101, damaged: 8, abandoned: 13, captured: 73)

  • 13 120mm 2S9 Nona
  • 2 120mm 2S23 Nona-SVK
  • 2 120mm 2S34 Khosta
  • 25 122mm 2S1 Gvozdika
  • 59 152mm 2S3(M) Akatsiya
  • 1 152mm 2S5 Giatsint-S
  • 70 152mm 2S19 Msta-S
  • 10 152mm 2S33 Msta-SM2
  • 2 203mm 2S7M Malka
  • 1 240mm 2S4 Tyulpan
  • 9 Unknown SPG

Multiple Rocket Launchers (108, of which destroyed: 63, damaged: 1, abandoned: 2, captured: 38)

  • 71 122mm BM-21 Grad
  • 21 220mm BM-27 Uragan
  • 9 122mm 2B17 Tornado-G
  • 5 220mm TOS-1A
  • 2 Unknown MRL

Anti-Aircraft Guns (9, of which destroyed: 2, captured: 9)

  • 9 23mm ZU-23-2

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (20, of which destroyed: 10, abandoned: 3, captured: 5)

  • 3 BTR-ZD Skrezhet
  • 6 ZSU-23-4 Shilka
  • 11 2K22M1 Tunguska

Surface-To-Air Missile Systems (72, of which destroyed: 40, damaged: 2, abandoned: 8, captured: 22)

  • 6 9K33 Osa
  • 13 9K35 Strela-10
  • 3 9A310M1-2 TELAR (for Buk-M1-2)
  • 5 9A39M1-2 TEL (for Buk-M1-2)
  • 7 9A317 TELAR (for Buk-M2)
  • 3 9A316 TEL (for Buk-M2)
  • 4 Unknown Buk SAM system
  • 8 9A330 Tor TLAR (for 9K330 Tor)
  • 6 9A331 TLAR (for 9K331 Tor-M1)
  • 5 9A331M TLAR (for 9K332 Tor-M2)
  • 10 Pantsir-S1
  • 2 TEL for S-300

Radars (15, of which destroyed: 7, captured: 8)

  • 2 9S36 (for Buk-M2)
  • 1 48Ya6-K1 Podlet-K1 low-altitude S-band surveillance radar
  • 1 9S18М1(-2) (for Buk-M2)
  • 1 9S18М1(-3) (for Buk-M3)
  • 2 PPRU-1(M) ‘9S80(-1)’ ‘Sborka’ (for 9K35 Strela-10)
  • 2 Fara ground surveillance radar
  • 1 SNAR-10M1 battlefield surveillance radar
  • 4 1L261 (for 1L260 Zoopark-1M counter-battery radar complex)
  • 1 P-18T

Jammers And Deception Systems (15, of which destroyed: 9, damaged: 1, captured: 5)

  • 5 R-330BMV Borisoglebsk-2B
  • 2 R-330ZH Zhitel
  • 1 1L262E Rtut-BM
  • 1 Torn(-MDM)
  • 1 Silok-01 counter-UAV system
  • 1 1RL257 Krasukha-4 (command post)
  • 1 Leer-2 electronic warfare system
  • 1 RLK-MC-A (ROSC-1) counter-UAV system
  • 1 Unknown EW system

Aircraft (56, of which destroyed: 54, damaged: 2)

  • 22 Su-25 close air support aircraft
  • 1 Su-24MR tactical reconnaissance aircraft
  • 6 Su-24M/MR strike/tactical reconnaissance aircraft
  • 11 Su-30SM multirole aircraft
  • 1 Su-35S multirole aircraft
  • 12 Su-34 strike aircraft
  • 1 Su-34M strike aircraft
  • 1 Unknown Su-30/Su-34/Su-35
  • 1 An-26 transport aircraft

Helicopters (48, of which destroyed: 47, captured: 1)

  • 12 Mi-8 transport helicopter
  • 3 Mi-24P attack helicopter
  • 5 Mi-35M attack helicopter
  • 6 Mi-28 attack helicopter
  • 16 Ka-52 ‘Alligator’ attack helicopter
  • 6 Unknown helicopter

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (127, of which destroyed: 64, captured: 63)

  • 3 Forpost reconnaissance UAV
  • 1 Orion UCAV
  • 84 Orlan-10 reconnaissance UAV
  • 3 Orlan-10 jamming UAV
  • 7 ‘Orlan-20’ ”Kartograf” reconnaissance UAV
  • 3 Orlan-30 reconnaissance UAV
  • 13 Eleron-3 reconnaissance UAV
  • 1 Eleron T28ME reconnaissance UAV
  • 2 Takhion reconnaissance UAV
  • 5 ZALA 421-16Е2 reconnaissance UAV
  • 1 Merlin-VR reconnaissance UAV
  • 1 Lastochka-M reconnaissance UAV
  • 1 Supercam S450 reconnaissance UAV
  • 2 Unknown UAV

Naval Ships (11, of which destroyed: 8, damaged: 3)

  • 1 Project 1164 Slava class guided missile cruiser ‘Moskva’
  • 5 Project 03160 Raptor class patrol boat
  • 1 Project 02510 BK-16E high-speed assault boat
  • 1 Project 1171 Tapir class landing ship ‘Saratov (BDK-65)’
  • 1 Project 775 Ropucha class landing ship
  • 1 Project 11770 Serna class landing craft
  • 1 Project 22870 SB-739 Vasily Bekh rescue tug

Logistics Trains (3, of which destroyed: 3)

  • 3 Fuel train

Trucks, Vehicles and Jeeps (1557, of which destroyed: 1119, damaged: 28, abandoned: 53, captured: 357)

  • 1 GAZ-51
  • 10 GAZ-66
  • 2 KrAZ-255B
  • 4 KrAZ-255B tanker
  • 1 KrAZ-260 tanker
  • 7 ZiL-131
  • 1 ZiL-131 tanker
  • 3 9T217 transloader (for 9K33 Osa)
  • 4 9T244 transloader (for 9A330/1 Tor)
  • 6 GAZ-3308
  • 2 GAZ Sobol
  • 2 Ural-375D
  • 390 Ural-4320
  • 91 Ural-4320 tanker
  • 69 Ural-43206
  • 19 Ural Federal
  • 3 Ural-5323
  • 7 Ural-63704-0010 Tornado-U
  • 2 Ural-542301 tank transporter
  • 1 MAZ TZ-500 tanker
  • 11 KamAZ 4×4
  • 404 KamAZ 6×6
  • 71 KamAZ 6×6 tanker
  • 12 KamAZ 8×8
  • 24 KamAZ Avtozaks
  • 11 KamAZ-5350 with armoured cab
  • 10 KamAZ with MM-501 armoured cabin
  • 7 KamAZ-6350 8×8 artillery tractor
  • 3 Civilian KamAZ 6×6 converted for military use
  • 11 UAZ-469 jeep
  • 14 UAZ-452 van
  • 2 UAZ Patriot jeep
  • 3 UAZ-23632 pickup truck
  • 2 UAZ-23632-148-64 armed pickup truck
  • 1 Toyota Hilux pickup truck
  • 5 UAZ-394511′ Esaul’
  • 1 UAZ-515195′ Esaul’
  • 289 (Unknown) truck
  • 46 (Unknown) vehicle