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Training Command (Serbia)

Training Command was established on 23 April 2007, by merging parts of Operation Forces, Land Force and Air Force units. This merger created seven territorial centers for basic training and five centers for specialist training of the members of m ...

                                               

Armbrust

Armbrust is a lightweight unguided anti-tank weapon designed and developed by Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm of Germany, who later sold its manufacturing rights to Chartered Industries of Singapore.

                                               

MATADOR

The MATADOR is a 90-millimetre man-portable, disposable anti-armor weapon system developed in collaboration between Israel and Singapore. It is an updated version of the German-Singaporean Armbrust design, and operates on the same principles. The ...

                                               

STK SSW (firearm)

The STK SSW is an experimental semi-automatic squad support weapon being manufactured by STK in Singapore. It is capable of firing 5.7mm rounds and four different caliber airbursting 40mm grenades. Within one of the bullets, there is a pocket ful ...

                                               

2008 Singapore Armed Forces FC season

Singapore Armed Forces FC competed as one of the 12 teams in the 2008 NTUC Income Yeos S-League season. The club also took part in the 2008 editions of the RHB Singapore Cup and the Singapore League Cup, as well as the regional AFC Cup.

                                               

2017 Warriors FC season

The 2017 season is Warriors 22nd consecutive season in the top flight of Singapore football and in the S.League. Along with the S.League, the club will also compete in the Prime League, the Singapore Cup and the Singapore League Cup.

                                               

Singapore Signals

The Signal Formation of the Singapore Armed Forces is a combat support arm tasked with providing communication on multiple platforms and local networking within the battlefield, as well as with supporting the SAFs third generation transformation ...

                                               

111 Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force

The 111 Squadron "Jaeger" was formed when the Republic of Singapore Air Force acquired four Grumman E-2C Hawkeye Airborne Early Warning aircraft in 1987. Based at Tengah Air Base, its primary function is to perform airborne surveillance and early ...

                                               

120 Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force

The 120 Squadron "Kestrel" is a helicopter squadron of the Republic of Singapore Air Force based at Sembawang Air Base. First formed in 1969, it is the first and oldest RSAF operational squadron in service. The squadron goes by the motto of Striv ...

                                               

121 Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force

The 121 Squadron "Brahminy Kite" of the Republic of Singapore Air Force currently operates the Fokker 50 Utility Aircraft and Maritime Patrol Aircraft based at Changi Airbase. The squadron goes by the motto of Seek and Destroy and the mascot is t ...

                                               

125 Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force

The 125 Squadron "Puma" is a helicopter squadron base at Sembawang Air Base, Republic of Singapore Air Force, the squadron goes by the motto of Swift in Support ", with the Puma as the squadrons motif.

                                               

127 Squadron, Republic of Singapore Air Force

The 127 Squadron is a helicopter squadron of the Republic of Singapore Air Force. The squadron goes by the motto of Strength, Courage, Swiftness ", the motto is supported by the squadron motif, a white horse in full battle armour.

                                               

Fearless-class patrol vessel

The Fearless -class patrol vessels were built by Singapore Technologies Marine for the Republic of Singapore Navy in the 1990s. Together, the ships formed the 182 and 189 Squadron. January 30, 2013, the site mindef building Engineering was awarde ...

                                               

Victory-class corvette

The Victory class missile corvettes are multi-purpose ships based on the MGB 62 design by Germanys Lurssen shipyard for the Republic of Singapore Navy. The six ships were commissioned between 1990 and 1991 and form the 188 Squadron of the RSN.

                                               

Casspir

The Casspir is a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle that has been in use in South Africa for over 30 years. It is a four-wheeled, four-wheel drive vehicle, used for transport of troops. It can hold a crew of two, plus 12 additional soldiers ...

                                               

Crotale (missile)

The Crotale EDIR is an all-weather short-range anti-air missile, which can be used to intercept low-flight anti-ship missiles and aircraft. It has been developed by Thomson CSF Matra and exists in two versions, a mobile land-based version and a s ...

                                               

Ratel IFV

The Ratel is a South African infantry fighting vehicle. It was the first wheeled infantry fighting vehicle to enter service worldwide and was built on a modified MAN truck chassis. The Ratel was designed in response to a South African Army specif ...

                                               

RG-19

The RG-19 Caddie is a prototype Armoured Personnel carrier manufactured by TFM of South Africa. The company was later taken over by Reunert Defence OMC.

                                               

6mm Musgrave

The 6mm Musgrave was the brain child of Ben Musgrave and introduced by Musgrave Rifles in 1955 and can be described as a classic Africa cartridge. It is based on necking down the.303 British with the original intent of it being a Springbok calibr ...

                                               

Naval Base Simons Town

Naval Base Simons Town is the South African Navys largest naval base, situated at Simons Town, near Cape Town. The base provides support functions to Fleet Command.

                                               

Matee Molefe

Matee Joseph Molefe is a South African sailor, currently serving as Master at Arms of the South African Navy, the highest enlisted post in the Navy. Malefe was part of the ANC armed wing, Umkhonto ve Sizwe, before integrating into the Navy in 199 ...

                                               

Namacurra-class harbour patrol boat

Built in South Africa between 1980-81 these boats can also be transported by road. One was transferred to Malawi in October 1988, two to Namibia in 2002 and two to Mozambique in September 2004.

                                               

HMSAS Protea

HMSAS Protea was a survey ship of the South African Navy. The ship was originally built as a Flower-class corvette for the Royal Navy during World War II named Rockrose and was sold to South Africa after the war. Rockrose was initially assigned t ...

                                               

Rothesay-class frigate

The Rothesay class, or Type 12M frigates were a class of frigates serving with the Royal Navy, South African Navy and the Royal New Zealand Navy. The original type 12 frigates of the Whitby class, were designed as first-class ocean escort accompa ...

                                               

T Craft-class patrol vessel

The T Craft-class patrol vessels are a class of inshore patrol boat currently in service with the South African Navy. Comprising three vessels, the class was constructed in South Africa and entered service in 1992. Known just as T craft or by the ...

                                               

Wilfrid Wellington

Wilfrid Lloyd Wellington was an Anglican priest in South Africa in the 20th century, most notably the last Dean of St Saviours Cathedral, Pietermaritzburg. Wellington was the son of Orford Reverend Wilfrid Wellington, Vicar of Bloemfontein in the ...

                                               

Ninh Hoa Base

The base was originally established in September 1966 by the 9th Infantry Division along Highway 1 approximately 32 kilometres 20 mi north of Nha Trang. The base remained in use by the 9th Division until their departure from Vietnam in March 1973 ...

                                               

Special Forces Brigades of the Republic of Korea

The Special Forces Brigades of the Republic of Korea are six special forces brigades and one oversea deployment group under the command and control of the Republic of Korea Army Special Warfare Command. These units were modelled after United Stat ...

                                               

AT-1K Raybolt

The LIG Nex1 AT-1K Raybolt is a South Korean man-portable third-generation anti-tank guided missile built by LIG Nex1. It has fire-and-forget capability using an infrared imaging seeker and has a tandem-warhead to defeat explosive reactive armor. ...

                                               

Camp Carroll, South Korea

Camp Carroll Army Base is located on the south east portion of the peninsula of South Korea, in the village of Waegwan, approximately 20 km from the city of Daegu. Camp Carroll is bound by urban areas on the northwest, west, and southwest. Hilly ...

                                               

Camp Casey, South Korea

Camp Casey is a U.S. military base in Dongducheon, South Korea, 40 miles north of Seoul, South Korea. Camp Casey was named in 1952 after Major Hugh Boyd Casey, who was killed in a plane crash near the camp site during the Korean War. Camp Casey i ...

                                               

United States Army Garrison Daegu

United States Army Garrison Daegu, also known as USAG Daegu is a medium-sized United States Army Garrison headquartered in the Nam District, Daegu Metropolitan City in South Korea. USAG Daegu provides base operations and support for Camps Henry, ...

                                               

Camp Hovey

Camp Hovey is a United States Army military base in Dongducheon, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It was named after Master Sergeant Howard Hovey who was killed in action at Pork Chop Hill during the Korean War. The camp is adjacent to the larger ...

                                               

Camp Howze, South Korea

Camp Howze was a United States Army post in Bongilchon, South Korea, until it was deactivated and turned over to the South Korean Army in 2005. At the time of its shutdown, it was the home of the 44th engineer battalion and headquarters and headq ...

                                               

Camp Jackson (Korea)

Camp Jackson is a United States Army camp south of Camp Red Cloud and 20 miles south of the city of Uijeongbu at the throat of the Uijeongbu Corridor, on the National Highway 3 now in the far northern Dobong-gu suburb of Seoul. It is one of the s ...

                                               

Camp Kim

Camp Kim is a military facility located adjacent to Yongsan Garrison in Seoul, South Korea. Camp Kim is home to a USO facility, an Army and Air Force Exchange Service distribution and storage facility, an AAFES vehicle repair facility, the Specia ...

                                               

Camp Red Cloud

Camp Red Cloud is a United States Army camp located in the city of Uijeongbu, between Seoul and the Korean Demilitarized Zone. CRC is being returned to the South Korean government. The installation was renamed after Medal of Honor recipient Corpo ...

                                               

Camp Sears

Camp Sears was a United States Army base located less than two miles outside the city of Uijongbu, approximately 20 miles north of Seoul. The 32-acre installation housed military personnel assigned to the Headquarters Battery of 5-5 ADA composed ...

                                               

7th Infantry Division (South Korea)

The 7th Infantry Division is a military formation of the Republic of Korea Army, currently employed on patrol duty in the Korean Demilitarized Zone around Hwacheon County, Gangwon Province. As the Big dipper, it was created at the time of creatio ...

                                               

Captain general of the Air Force

Captain General of the Air Force is a five-star air force officer rank and the highest rank of the Spanish Air Force. The five-star NATO rank code is OF-10. The honorary appointments formally ceased in 1999. The rank of Air captain general is equ ...

                                               

45 Grupo de Fuerzas Aereas

The Grupo 45 del Ejercito del Aire, is a unit of the Spanish Air Force in charge of the transportation of the King, the Prime Minister, high-ranking government officials and the Royal Family. The group is based on the torrejón air base, 24 km 15 ...

                                               

Alcotan-100

Alcotan-100 is a recoilless, one-man portable, single-use anti-tank rocket launcher used by infantry, manufactured by Instalaza. It is in service with the Spanish Military, where it is gradually replacing the C-90.

                                               

C90-CR (M3)

The Instalaza C90 is a 90 mm disposable, shoulder-fired and one-man operated rocket-propelled grenade launcher which can be fitted with a VN38-C night vision device for full night combat capability. It is being used as an infantry-type weapon.

                                               

MAT-120

The MAT-120 cargo bomb is a Spanish-produced cluster munition, fired from a 120mm calibre mortar produced by Instalaza SA. The main body of the round holds dual-purpose anti-tank/anti-personnel submunitions. The MAT-120 submunitions are unique in ...

                                               

SB LAG 40

The SB-40 LAG is a 40 mm automatic grenade launcher developed and produced in Spain by the Empresa Nacional Santa Barbara company.

                                               

Carabineros

The Carabineros was an armed carabiniers force of Spain under both the monarchy and the Second Republic. The formal mission of this paramilitary gendarmerie was to patrol the coasts and borders of the country, operating against fraud and smugglin ...

                                               

Mixed brigade

A mixed brigade was a tactical military formation of the Spanish Republican Army following the coup of July 1936 and the onset of the Spanish Civil War. It was the basic military unit of the Republican Peoples Army after its war-dictated 1936 reo ...

                                               

Capture of the frigate Esmeralda

The capture of the frigate Esmeralda was a naval action waged on the night of 5 and 6 November 1820. A division of boats with sailors and marines of the First Chilean Navy Squadron, commanded by Thomas Cochrane, stealthily advanced towards Callao ...

                                               

List of ships built at Ferrol shipyards 1750 – 1881

De Saint Hubert, Christian 1984. "Early Spanish Steam Warships, Part II". Warship International. Toledo, OH: International Naval Records Organization. XXI 1: 21–45. ISSN 0043-0374.

                                               

Descubierta-class corvette

The Descubierta -class corvettes were a series of corvettes built for the Spanish Navy in the late 1970s and early 1980s. These ships were also sold to the Egyptian Navy and the Moroccan Navy. The ships were designed in cooperation with the Germa ...