If an army uses an inexpensive inflatable decoy in the forward line, any loss of a tank or prized American-manufactured high mobility artillery rocket system (HIMARS) can be lessened.

The conflict in Ukraine has increased the demand for military equipment like tanks, guns, and aircraft, which has benefited Inflactech Decoys, a Czech producer of simulated war machinery.

Vojtech Fresser, the Chief Executive, declared on Monday that their company had added HIMARS to the more than 30 kinds of inflatable replicas of the actual size they market to customers worldwide.

At a media event in Decin, Czech Republic, on March 6, 2023, a worker was seen setting up an inflatable decoy of a military vehicle. This imitation was utilized to deceive enemy assaults.

While Inflatech declined to affirm that Ukraine is one of the areas they are targeting, Fresser predicted they would probably end up there.

“I can imagine that if we want to support a partner country which is in trouble, we will send them Inflatech inflatable decoys and they are already there or certainly will be,” he said.

There was no immediate response when trying to ascertain comment from the Czech Defense Ministry, which is responsible for arranging Czech military supplies to Ukraine.