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Report on our work

The development of engineering projects for the frontline at the expense of your donations, which we report on below, is a necessary but relatively small part of the work of the Corps of Engineers.

Our main activity is to help the military with technical issues on a volunteer basis. In particular (but not exclusively), we help establish and maintain communications.

Since February 27, 2022, with the help of friends, colleagues, partners, and concerned citizens, we have been collecting tons of IT equipment: monitors, servers, switches, IP phones, video terminals, laptops, etc.

We brought all this equipment to life, changed components, configured, integrated, and assembled it for a specific task, deployed virtualization, and transferred it to the units. We trained users and set up support for the equipment.

Likewise, we’ve already equipped more than 200 military equipment with communications, most of which are now on the battlefield. And we continue to work on it.

Today, hundreds of military personnel have applied to the Corps of Engineers for an engineering solution, consultation, or equipment prototype, and we have fulfilled more than 1,000 requests. More than 70 military units and ten commands have cooperated with us on a centralized basis.

This means tens of thousands of hours of work by our team, countless kilometers on the road, and hundreds of completed projects. And we need many times more.

Because we receive new requests almost every day:

— “Guys, we need to install a connection to 64. Both internally and at the Lybid. When can you do it?

— We require some time to find the hardware. Do you have your own Motorola?

— No, we don't…

— Okay, we'll find some. Give us a few days, and we'll have it.

— Yes, yes, my friend. We're waiting.”

Over 200 units of equipment are equipped with communication. Some are in fields near Bakhmut or Orikhova, or in the Kherson steppe. Some are in semi-dilapidated hangars or at large plants.

Work doesn't stop; there's plenty of work to be done.

Please note: the information in this section is for informational purposes and is provided in accordance with the current legislation of Ukraine.

Report for the period 2022-12-31 - 2023-06-30

Using funds from charitable contributions for the 1st and 2nd quarters of 2023, the experts of the "Engineering Corps" have manufactured three "TOR" turrets, which have already been transferred to the military of the PPO (Air Defense Forces) of the Kyiv region. Additionally, two metal structures have been designed and welded for remote-controlled combat modules "Maestro," designed for calibers 7.62 and 12.7.

Report for the period 2023-06-30 - 2023-09-29

Report for the period 2023-09-30 - 2023-12-30