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BOV M11

The BOV M11 is part of the BOV family of light armored vehicles. The M11 is a 4x4 all-wheel drive vehicle specialized in reconnaissance. It is armored vehicle manufactured in SDPR "Complex Battle Systems" factory in Velika Plana, Serbia.

Gun-howitzer M84 NORA

Gun howitzer NORA is a Yugoslav and Serbian 152mm and 155mm gun-howitzer developed by the Military Technical Institute for the Yugoslav Peoples Army, Serbian army, and export. Gun-howitzer NORA has few basic version M-84, M-84B1 and M-84B2 and th ...

Kosava 1

The Kosava 1 is a surface-to-surface missile designed by Military Technical Institute Belgrade. It has a range of 31 miles, with solid propellant. The Kosava 1 can be fired from multiple rocket launchers, including the LRSVM Morava and modernized ...

M-63 Plamen

The M-63 Plamen is a 128mm multiple rocket launcher developed in 1963 in Yugoslavia for use in the Yugoslav Peoples Army.

M80 Zolja

The M80 Zolja is a portable one-shot disposable 64 mm unguided anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade, designed in the former Yugoslavia. The M80 Zolja is still produced in Serbia and in North Macedonia.

M-84AS

The M-84AS is a modernized version of the M-84 main battle tank produced by Yugoimport SDPR in Serbia. M-84AS is sometimes referred to as M-84AB1 and M-2001.

M-87 Orkan

The M-87 Orkan is a Yugoslavia fully automated self-propelled multiple rocket launcher. The generic M-87 project was configured with 12 launch tubes mounted on a FAP 2832 truck. It has a range of about 50 to 120 km, with the ability to deliver wa ...

Mortar 120mm M95 Long Range

The 120mm М95 LONG RANGE Mortar is a 120 mm mortar that was developed by Military Technical Institute Belgrade of Serbia. It is long-range and heavier mortar compared to the light mortar 120mm M75 and represents further development of Universal M ...

OT M-60

The OT Oklopni transporter - armoured personnel carrier M-60 was the first Yugoslav serial produced armored vehicle. Research and development of the M-60 began in 1956, and the first prototype has been produced in June 1958. Until the final seria ...

PASARS-16

PASARS-16 is a prototype Serbia mobile hybrid short range air defense system based on the FAP 2026 6 × 6 general purpose off-road military chassis. Armed with a single towed Bofors 40 mm anti-aircraft gun and two RLN-1C infrared surface-to-air mi ...

Sora 122mm

Self-propelled howitzer 122mm SORA is a Serbian 122mm self-propelled howitzer developed by the Military Technical Institute for the Serbian army. Self-propelled howitzer SORA features whole upper part of 122mm howitzer D-30J mounted on the rear e ...

Universal Mortar UB M52

The Universal Mortar UB M52 is a 120 mm mortar that was developed by Military Technical Institute Belgrade of Serbia then in former Yugoslavia. It is long-range heavy mortar and represents further development of Universal Mortar M38 but with inte ...

10th NKVD Rifle Division

The 10th Rifle Division Stalingrad of the Order of Lenin of the Internal Troops of the NKVD of the USSR was a Soviet rifle division formed on 1 February 1942 prior to the Battle of Stalingrad during the Great Patriotic War and participated in hea ...

NKVD special camp Nr. 7

NKVD special camp Nr. 7 was a NKVD special camp that operated in Weesow until August 1945 and in Sachsenhausen from August 1945 until the spring of 1950. It was used by the Soviet occupying forces to detain political prisoners. In August 1945, in ...

5th Territorial Defence Battalion Prykarpattya

The 5th Territorial Defence Battalion "Prykarpattya" is a former unit of Ukrainian Ground Forces. It was formed in 2014 from volunteers of Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, and was subordinated to the Ministry of Defence. Battalion was disbanded in January ...

List of United States Air Force plants

During the existence of the United States Air Force, there have been many plants that have been owned by the service and were operated by private contractors. These facilities were designed so that they would build aircraft parts for the governme ...

Army Service Forces

The Army Service Forces were one of the three autonomous components of the Army of the United States during World War II, the others being the Army Air Forces and Army Ground Forces. They were created on 28 February 1942 by Executive Order Number ...

Assistant Secretary of the Army

At present, there are five offices bearing the title of Assistant Secretary of the Army: Assistant Secretary of the Army Manpower and Reserve Affairs. Assistant Secretary of the Army Acquisition, Logistics and Technology. Assistant Secretary of t ...

Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works)

The Assistant Secretary of the Army, abbreviated ASA, is an office of the United States Department of the Army responsible for overseeing the civil functions of the United States Army. The Assistant Secretary of the Army reports to the United Sta ...

Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment)

Assistant Secretary of the Army) is a civilian office in the United States Department of the Army. The assistant Secretary of the army installations, energy and environment is the principal Advisor to the Secretary of the army and the army chief ...

Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs)

The Assistant Secretary of the Army - abbreviated ASA - is a civilian official in the United States Department of the Army. US law provides for five assistants of the army, "appointed from civilian life by the President, upon the advice and conse ...

Best Warrior

Army Best Warrior is an annual competition overseen by the Department of the Army as a means of identifying and recognizing soldiers in active, Special Operations, National Guard and reserve components of the United States Army. Each year, each p ...

Center for the Army Profession and Ethic

To reinforce the Army profession and its Ethic, the Army Chief of Staff established the Army Center of Excellence for the Professional Military Ethic in May 2008. Located at West Point, New York, the wellspring of professional soldier values for ...

Commanding General, United States Army Europe

The Commanding General, United States Army Europe was formerly known as the "Commander in Chief of United States Army Europe". From 1953 to 1967 the commander of USAREUR was "dual hatted" as commander of the Central Army Group of NATO forces in G ...

Commanding General, United States Army Forces Command

The Commanding General of United States Army Forces Command is the head of United States Army Forces Command. In this position, he or she is in charge of approximately 780.000 Active Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard soldiers – 87 ...

Commanding General, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command

The Commanding General of United States Army Training and Doctrine Command is the head of United States Army Training and Doctrine Command. They head approximately 27.000 soldiers and 11.000 civilians who work at 21 installations across the conti ...

Comptroller of the United States Army

The Comptroller of the Army has General Staff responsibility for independent review and analysis of Army programs, and analysis of major Army commands, finance and accounting, fiscal, audit, budgetary, progress and statistical reporting, reports ...

Logistics Proponency Office

The Logistics Proponency Office is the personnel office for the Transportation Corps, the combat service support of the United States Army. Located in Fort Eustis in Virginia, office-level senior officers of the command, which in conjunction with ...

PM WIN-T

PM WIN-T is a component of Program Executive Office Command, Control and Communications-Tactical in the United States Army. PM WIN-T has been absorbed into PM Tactical Networks as Product Manager for Mission Networks. PM win-T designs, acquires, ...

Project Manager Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below

The Project Manager Force Battle Command Brigade and Below is a component of the Program Executive Office Command Control and Communications Tactical Special Projects Office in the United States Army. The phrase "brigade and below" in the name re ...

Rapid Equipping Force

The Rapid Equipping Force is a United States Army organization headquartered in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The organization is charged with quickly providing Army units deployed globally with innovative government off-the-shelf and commercially avai ...

Regular Army (United States)

The Regular Army of the United States succeeded the Continental Army as the countrys permanent, professional land-based military force. Even in modern times the professional core of the United States Army continues to be called the Regular Army. ...

U.S. Army Community Relations

The U.S. Army Community Relations Division, headquartered at the Pentagon, serves as the Army’s senior outreach activity for the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs. Through events and relationships with a wide spectrum of businesses, organizat ...

U.S. Army Regimental System

The United States Army Regimental System was established in 1981 to replace the Combat Arms Regimental System, to provide each soldier with continuous identification with a single regiment, and to increase a soldiers probability of serving recurr ...

U.S. Horse Artillery Brigade

The Horse Artillery Brigade of the Army of the Potomac was a brigade of various batteries of horse artillery during the American Civil War. Consists almost entirely of individual, company-Strength batteries from the regular armys five artillery r ...

United States Army Provost Marshal General

The provost marshal general is a United States Army staff position that handles investigations and incarcerations of U.S. Army personnel. It is the highest-ranking provost marshal position in the U.S. Army, reporting to the Chief of Staff of the ...

United States Armys Family and MWR Programs

The United States Armys Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs are executed within the Installation Management Command G9, Family and MWR Directorate, following the deactivation of the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command ...

USACEWP

United States Army Computer Network Operations-Electronic Warfare Proponents is the United States Army agency responsible for ensuring Cyber Electronic Warfare capabilities are fully integrated into full-spectrum operations for the land component ...

Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army

The Vice Chief of Staff of the Army is the principal deputy to the Chief of Staff of the Army, and is the second-highest-ranking officer on active duty in the Department of the Army. Deputy chief of staff, as a rule, handled the day-to-day Manage ...

Office of Community Planning and Development

The Community Planning and Development agency within the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development administers the grant programs that help communities plan and finance their growth and development, increase their capacity to gove ...

Aviation combat element

In the United States Marine Corps, the aviation combat element or air combat element is the air arm of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force. It provides rotary-wing, tiltrotor, and fixed-wing aircraft, support equipment, pilots, maintenance personnel ...

Command element (United States Marine Corps)

In the United States Marine Corps, the command element is the command and control force of a Marine Air-Ground Task Force. It provides C3I for the MAGTF.

Communications Platoon

In the USMC, a communications platoon, also known as the "S-6", is responsible for all related communications for the battalion. It is part of the Headquarters and Services Company and is responsible for supporting all companies within the battal ...

Fleet Marine Force

The United States Fleet Marine Forces are combined general- and special-purpose forces within the United States Department of the Navy that perform offensive amphibious or expeditionary warfare and defensive maritime employment. The Fleet Marine ...

Ground combat element

In the United States Marine Corps, the ground combat element is the land force of a Marine Air-Ground Task Force. It provides power projection and force for the MAGTF.

Logistics combat element

In the United States Marine Corps, the logistics combat element, formerly combat service support element, is the portion of the Marine air-ground task force responsible with providing logistical support. It provides equipment and personnel to kee ...

Marine Corps Installations East

Marine Corps Installations East is the regional authority tasked with providing support and oversight of seven United States Marine Corps installations on the East Coast.

Marine Corps Installations Pacific

Marine Corps Installations Pacific is the single, regional authority for accountability of regional installation management resources and services within the Pacific area of operations. MCIPAC was established to increase regional installation man ...

Marine Corps Installations West

Marine Corps Installations West is the regional authority tasked with providing support and oversight of seven United States Marine Corps installations on the West Coast.

Marine Corps Systems Command

Marine Corps Systems Command is the acquisition command of the United States Marine Corps, made up of Marines, sailors, civilians and contractors. As the only systems command in the Marine Corps, MCSC serves as Head of Contracting Authority and e ...