MOLDOVAN ARMED FORCES
ORUŽANE SNAGE MOLDAVIJE
 
 
 
 
 
 
MILITARY INSIGNIAS
 FOR SELL
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

      Oružane snage Moldavije se sastoje od Kopnene vojske i Avijacije. Tranzicijom je planirano da to postane profesionalna vojska od 12.000 do 15.000 pripadnika. Te je planove promjenilo odcjepljenje Transnistrijske oblasti 1991. godine, tako da su snage ojačane kako bi zadovoljile potrebe Vlade u Chişnău (vidi stranicu Pridnjestrovje). Oko 1995. godine snage „padaju“ na brojku od oko 10.000 pripadnika i planski se pretvaraju u profesonalnu vojsku po uzoru na onu Sjedinjenih Američkih Država.

   

 

 

COLLAR BADGES  Oznake sa revera

   
 

      The Moldovan Armed Forces consist of the Ground Forces and Air Force and Air defense Forces. A transition to a professional force of 12,000 to 15,000 volunteers was planned at first, but when fighting erupted in 1991 between supporters of the central government in Chişnău and supporters of separatist regions, males between eighteen and forty years of age were mobilized, and the size of Moldova's military was temporarily expanded to meet the demands of the Transnistrian conflict. In early 1995, the armed forces totaled some 10,000 volunteers, and there were plans to gradually create a professional army, similar to that of the United States.

 

GROUND FORCES  KOPNENA VOJSKA

      Kopnena vojska je sastavni dio moldavskih oružanih snaga koje se nalaze pod upravom Ministarstva obrane. Sastoje se od 9800 ljudi organiziranih u tri mehanizirane brigade te jedan izviđačko/desantni bataljon. Dio opreme i naoružanja su preuzeli iz sovjetskih skladišta stacioniranih na teritoriji države te dio kao pomoć iz Rumunije. U 2006/7 dolazi do daljnjeg smanjenja broja vojnika te sada imaju 5710 pripadnika.

 

      The Moldovan Ground Forces is the land armed forces branch of the MAF. At the beginning of 1994, the Moldovan army (under the Ministry of Defense) consisted of 9,800 men organized into three motor rifle brigades, one artillery brigade, and one reconnaissance/assault battalion. Moldova has received some arms from former Soviet stocks maintained on the territory of the republic as well as undetermined quantities of arms from Romania, particularly at the height of the fighting with Transnistria. By 2006–7, the Army had been reduced to a strength of 5,710.

     
MINISTRY OF DEFENSE MILITARY ACADEMY 1st BRIGADE "MOLDOVA"
Ministarstvo obrane "ALEKSANDRU CEL BUN" 1. brigada "Moldavija"
  Vojna akademija "Aleksandru Cel Bun"  
     
2nd BRIGADE "STEFAN CEL MARE" 2nd BRIGADE "STEFAN CEL MARE" SIGNAL REGIMENT "BASARABIA"
2. brigada "Stefan Cel Bun" 2. brigada "Stefan Cel Bun" Brigada veze "Basarabia"
 

CURRENT GROUND FORCES STRUCTURE  TRENUTNA STRUKTURA KOPNENE VOJSKE

 

      1. pješadijska brigada „Moldova“ (Bălţi), 2. pješadijska brigada "Stefan Cel Mare" (Chişnău), 3. pješadijska brigada "Dacia" (Cahul), Artiljerijska brigada "Prut" (Ungheni), Samostalni inžinjerijski bataljon (Codru), Samostalni puk veze „Basarabia“, Samostalni bataljon specijalnih snaga „Fulgar“ (Chişnău), Samostalna četa počasne garde (Chişnău), Ministarstvo odbrane (Chişnău) i jedinice Karabinjera (žandarmerija).

      1st Infantry Brigade "Moldova" – Bălţi; 2nd Infantry Brigade "Stefan Cel Mare" – Chişnău; 3rd Infantry Brigade "Dacia" – Cahul; Artillery Brigade "Prut" – Ungheni; Independent Engineer Battalion – Codru; Independent Radio Regiment Basarabia; Independent Special Forces Battalion Fulger – Chişnău; Independent Honour Guard Company - Chişnău ; Ministry of defence - Chişnău and Carabinier Troops (is the Gendarmerie-type force of the Republic of Moldova).

     

SPECIAL FORCES  SPECIJALNE SNAGE

 
SPECIAL FORCES "FULGER"    
Bataljon specijalne namjene    
     
     
   
SPECIAL FORCES    
Specijalne snage    
 

AIR FORCE  AVIJACIJA

 

      2007. godine dolazi do reduciranja Zračnih snaga Moldavije na samo 1400 pripadnika organiziranih u jednu helikoptersku eskadrilu i jedan raketni bataljon. U svom sastavu imaju šest MiGova MI-29S (moderniziranih u Ukrajini) smještenih u bazi u Mărculeşti-u. Imaju još i osam helikoptera Mi-8, pet transportnih aviona (uključujući i Antonov An-27) te dvanaest SA-3 protuavionskih raketa. 2010. godine sklapaju ugovor sa Zračnim snagama Rumunije o suradnji na nekoliko polja uključujući zajedničke vježbe te pomoć u slučaju potrebe.

   

        

 
AIR FORCE BRIGADE "DECEBAL"    
Brigada avijacije "Decebal"    
 

     In 2007 the Air Force had been reduced to a strength of 1,040 men organized into one helicopter squadron, and one missile battalion. They had 6 MiG-29S aircraft, upgraded in Ukraine and stationed in Mărculeşti Air Base, 8 Mi-8 helicopters, 5 transport aircraft (including an Antonov An-27), and 12 SA-3 surface-to-air-missile. In March 2010, the Moldovan Air Force signed an agreement with the Romanian Air Force regarding the exchange of information about military aircraft flights near the border, the exchange of radar data, the obligation to provide mutual support to military aircraft in distress and future joint operations.

     

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