Land Forces

Land Forces may refer to:

  • Ground Forces
  • Land Forces, a former British Army command
  • Canadian Forces Land Force Command, a Canadian Forces command
  • Romanian Land Forces, the Romanian Army

Other articles related to "land forces, forces, land force":

Latvian Land Forces
... Land Forces (Latvian Sauszemes Sp─ôki(SZS)) form the regular contingent of the National Armed Forces and provide for the defense of all national territories ... The development of the Land Forces is directed towards improving their combat and professional capabilities ...
Lithuanian Land Force - Structure
... The main element of the Land Forces is a single mechanised infantry brigade, the Iron Wolf Mechanised Infantry Brigade ... as the tradition of the Lithuanian Armed Forces goes ... In addition to the formed infantry brigade, the Land Forces maintain three additional motorised infantry battalions one of these is tasked to support operations both domestically and ...
Military Of Lithuania - Structure - Lithuanian Land Force
... The core of the Lithuanian Land Force structure is the Iron Wolf Mechanised Infantry Brigade (MIB "Iron Wolf") consisting of two mechanized infantry battalions (King Mindaugas and ... The Lithuanian Land forces are undertaking a major modernization ... In 2007 the Land forces bought the German Heckler Koch G36 rifle to replace the older Swedish Ak-4 as main weapon ...
Bulgarian Land Forces - Functions
... The Land Forces are functionally divided into 'Active" and "Reserve Forces" ... The Active Forces mainly have peacekeeping and defensive duties, and are further divided into Deployment Forces, Immediate Reaction, and Main Defense Forces ... The Reserve Forces consists of Enhancement Forces, Territorial Defense Forces, and Training Grounds ...

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