Sunday, May 26, 2013

Montenegro



Montenegro

Montenegro
Capital: Podgorica
Montenegro means “Black Mountain”




Declared independence from Serbia in 2006.

NATO member as of June 2017.

Military of Montenegro (Vojska Crne Gore)
3,127 personnel

Air Force
226 personnel
Golubovci (Podgurica) Air Base

Mi-8 transport helicopter (1)
Gazelle Gama helicopters (11)

UTVA 75 trainer aircraft (3)
Air Tractor AT-802 aircraft (used for firefighting and coastal patrol)
PZL-Mielec M-18 Diomader aircraft (used for firefighting)

Navy
401 personnel

After declaring independence in 2006, Montenegro inherited most of the vessels of the former Yugoslavia consisting of Serbia and Montenegro. Serbia became landlocked.

Naval bases at Bar, Kumbor, Novi Sad, and Tivat.

Mala R-2 midget submarines
Kotor Class frigates (2)
Koncar Class corvettes (5)
Landing Craft, Tank (2)
Landing Craft, Utility (10)
Inflatable boats and small craft



SS-N-2C anti-ship missiles


Army
2,500 personnel

BOV armored vehicles

PMV Survivor II 4x4 wheeled armored vehicles


Puch 300gd utility vehicles (German made)
HMMWV utility vehicles

M79 Osa shoulder fired anti-tank rocket launcher
M80 Zolja shoulder fired anti-tank rocket launcher

M72 machine guns (Yugoslavian made 7.62mm machine guns)
M84 machine guns (Yugoslavian made 7.62mm machine guns)
M93 Black Arrow sniper rifle (Serbian made)
M91 sniper rifle (Serbian made 7.62mm sniper rifle)
M76 sniper rifle (Yugoslavian made 7.62mm sniper rifle)
G36 assault rifles

HK MP5 sub-machine guns
CZ-99 9mm pistols
Glock 17 9mm pistols

D-30 towed 122mm howitzers (30)


Special Forces Brigade (includes Mountain Battalion)







Intelligence
Agencija za Nacionalnu Bezbjednost (ANB)-National Security Agency


Police
Posebna Jedinica Policije (PJP)- Special Police Unit






Specijaina Antiteroristicka Jedinica (SAJ)- Special Anti-terrorist Unit






Military of Montenegro pictures






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