A look at what Biden’s requested aid for Ukraine might buy

              White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Thursday, April 28, 2022. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
              A view of Mariupol's Museum of Local Lore that burned down after shelling in an area controlled by Russian-backed separatist forces in Mariupol, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, April 28, 2022. (AP Photo)
              In this image provided by Direct Relief, Direct Relief CEO Thomas Tighe stands in front of boxes of N95 masks at Direct Relief’s Santa Barbara, Calif., warehouse and headquarters in March 2020. Since the war between Russia and Ukraine began in February, Tighe and the nonprofit humanitarian medical organization Direct Relief, where he has been president and CEO since 2000, have provided more than 50 million doses of medication and 254 tons of medical aid to those in Ukraine and neighboring countries. (Direct Relief via AP)
            President Joe Biden, second from right, speaks as he meets with small business owners in the South Court Auditorium on the White House complex in Washington, Thursday, April 28, 2022. Joining Biden is from left, Jeff Yerxa, co-founder of Lost Sock Roasters, Nicolas Cabrera, co-founder of Lost Sock Roasters and Jennifer Arniella, owner of Unique Crafts by Jenn. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)