Sunday, May 26, 2013

Cambodia




Cambodia


Cambodia
Capital: Phnom Penh
Monarchy (currently)




The Communist Party of Kampuchea were called the Khmer Rouge or “Red Khmer”
The Khmer Rouge, led by Pol Pot, were in power from 1975-1979.

"The Killing Fields"

Royal Cambodian Air Force
2,000 personnel

MiG-21 (active or retired?)

L-39 trainer/light attack aircraft (5)

An-24 transport aircraft
An-26 transport aircraft
Harbin Y-12 utility aircraft
Mi-8 Hip transport helicopters
Mi-17 Hip transport helicopters
Mi-26 transport helicopters
Z-9 utility helicopters



Royal Cambodian Navy
3,000 personnel
Large coastline along the Gulf of Thailand. Also patrol the Mekong River and Lake Tonle Sap

Patrol Boats (15)

Fast Attack Craft (5)
Canoes and small craft
Landing craft


Marines
2,000 personnel



Royal Cambodian Army
About 75,000 personnel

T-54 tanks (108)
T-55 tanks (118)
T-55AM2BP tanks (50)
T-55AM2 tanks (40)



Type 59 tanks (200)
PT-76 light amphibious tanks (10)
Type 62 light tanks (20)
Type 63 light tanks (20)
BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles (70)

WZ 501 (Type 86)
M113 armored personnel carriers
BTR-40 armored personnel carriers (30)
BTR-60 armored personnel carriers (254)

BTR-152 armored personnel carriers (100)
BRDM-2 armored personnel carriers (200)
BJ-2022 utility vehicles (donated by China)
EQ-1118 trucks (donated by China)
Dong Feng EQ-240 trucks
NJ-2045 medical vehicles (donated by China)




BM-14 140mm multiple rocket launchers
BM-13 132mm multiple rocket launchers
BM-21 122 multiple rocket launchers

Type 90 122mm multiple rocket launchers




Type 83 122mm multiple rocket launchers?
Type 81 122mm multiple rocket launchers






Type 63 107mm multiple rocket launchers

M-46 towed 130mm guns
D-20 (M1955) towed 152mm howitzers
D-30 (2A18) towed 122mm howitzers
M-30 (M1938) 122mm towed howitzers
Type 60 towed 122mm howitzers
M101 towed 105mm howitzers
M102 towed 105mm howitzers
D-44 towed 85mm howitzers
ZiS-3 (M1942) towed 76mm howitzers
T-12 towed 100mm anti-tank guns

Air Defense
SA-3 surface-to-air missiles
HN-5 surface-to-air missiles
SA-7 Grail surface-to-air missiles
FN-6 surface-to-air missiles

ZSU-57-2 self propelled 57mm anti-aircraft guns
KS-19 towed 100mm anti-aircraft guns
S-60 towed 57mm anti-aircraft guns
Type 59 towed 57mm anti-aircraft guns (Chinese copy of the S-60)
Bofors towed 40mm anti-aircraft guns
M1939 (61-K) towed 37mm anti-aircraft guns
Oerlikon twin 35mm anti-aircraft guns. Towed.
ZU-23 towed 23mm anti-aircraft guns


Type 85 towed 23mm anti-aircraft guns (Chinese copy of the ZU-23)
ZPU-1 towed 14.5mm anti-aircraft guns
ZPU-2 towed 14.5mm anti-aircraft guns
ZPU-4 towed 14.5mm anti-aircraft guns







Armbrust anti-tank rocket launcher. Disposable.

PF-89 anti-tank rocket launcher.
Type 69 anti-tank rocket launcher (Chinese copy of the RPG-7)

RPG-7 anti-tank rocket launchers

RPG-2 (or Vietnamese made B-40 variant) anti-tank rocket launcher.


Type 56 anti-tank rocket launcher (Chinese copy of the RPG-2)
RPG-18 anti-tank rocket launcher.


B-10 82mm recoilless guns
B-11 107mm recoilless guns
SPG-9 73mm recoilless guns
M20 75mm recoilless guns
Type 56 75mm recoilless guns
M40 106mm recoilless guns

M203 under barrel grenade launchers
M79 grenade launchers

W85 heavy machine guns
Type 77 heavy machine guns
Type 54 heavy machine guns
DShK heavy machine guns
PKM machine guns
QBB-97 light machine guns based on the QBZ-97 bullpup rifle (Used by Unit 911)
Type 56 light machine guns
RPD light machine guns
RPK light machine guns
SVD Dragunov sniper rifles
Type 79/Type 85 sniper riflesQBZ-97 (Type 97) assault rifles. Export version of the QBZ-95 in 5.56mm

Type 56 assault rifles
AKM assault rifles
AKMS assault rifles
Pindad SS1-V1 assault rifles (Indonesian made)
M-16 assault rifles
CQ assault rifles. Chinese copy of the M-16
Mini Uzi sub-machine guns (Used by Body Guards)
Daewoo K7 sub-machine guns (Used by Unit 911)
Type 85 sub-machine guns (Used by Unit 911)
HK MP5 sub-machine guns (Used by Unit 911 and Body Guards)
Tokarev TT-33 pistols
Type 54 pistols
Makarov PMM pistols
QSZ-92 pistols


Special Forces
10,000 Special Forces personnel 

Unit 911 (SF 911)

Red berets.
May wear Indonesian camouflage.
Train with Indonesian Kopassus

Prime Ministers Body Guard Unit (PMBU)


Special counter insurgency units in the army.

Royal Gendarmerie of Cambodia
Approximately 10,000 personnel





Intelligence





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1 comment:

  1. I'm a Cambodian, and I don't think that Cambodian Armed Force is reliable. The lacks of weaponry, proper training and military strategy has put Cambodia at disadvantage. If a war break out with the neighbor countries, I'm pretty sure that this armed forces will be crushed unless the government willing to spend more money on it which they can't afford.

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