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    The Air - Cushion Landing Craft "Zubr" (NATO name: Pomornik) is the bigest Air - Cushion Landing Craft in the World today. These Ships has a speed of 60 Knots and a Range of 300Miles with a speed of 55 Knots, Full weight displacement of 550 Tones, it can cary up to 230 Soldiers and Tanks with total weight 130 Tones. Hellenic Navy has 4 of them.
    "Kefalinia L-180


    "Ithaki" L-181


    "Kerkira" L-182


    "Zakinthos" L-183


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    32η ΤΑΞΙΑΡΧΙΑ ΠΕΖΟΝΑΥΤΩΝ
    32nd MARINE BRIGADE

    The 32nd Marine Brigade of the Hellenic Army is one of the elite infantry units. It was formed in 1965 as 32nd Marine Regiment, but in 1988 it was re-named as a 32nd Marine Brigade.
    The marines was wearing the dark blue bere (as you will see in some photos) but lately (in 2000 if i am not mistaken) they wear the Green bere like the rest ellite forces (except the 71st Air-Mobile Brigade which has the red) and the special forces of the Army.


    Greek marines from the 32 Marines Brigade and Italian San Marco Regiment members reading the last issue of NRDC-IT magazine

    Greek Marines of the Greek 32nd Marine Brigade cautiously make their way ashore after landing from a rigid inflatable boat at Shabanka, Ukraine on 27 June 2003.

    Marines of the Greek 32nd Marine Brigade demonstrate checkpoint procedures during cross training out on Shirokiy Lan Range, Ukraine

    Greek marines firing anti-tank MILAN F2 missile at Shiroky Lan on 25 June 03.

    A Greek Marine guards the beach at Chabanka, Ukraine, on 30 June 2003, as Turkish Zodiac rigid inflatable boats head back out to sea after dropping off assault troops

    A Greek Marine guards his position after coming ashore from a Turkish Zodiac rigid inflatable at Chabanka, Ukraine, on 30 June 2003.





    And some old pictures from the past.....



    Watch the old camo that was used only by the marines!

















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    Quote Originally Posted by Greek-Airborne
    I hope you like them! They have your Nickname "Achilles"
    They named it just to honour the fact that i completed my consrcipt in 1998 :P

    Thanks for the pics bro! Keep'em coming.

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    nice pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by theg
    nice pics
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    yesterday was turkish/greek exersize action in kosovo ?! any info about thath ?

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    Thanks for the pic's .

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    Awesome photos.

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    AMPHIBIOUS COMMANDO UNITS

    13th SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIRECTORATE



    In 22nd May 1988 under the Special Forces Directorate the 13th Amphibious Commando Regiment (13ο ΣΑΚ) was formed and after two months preparations it was tasked with the command of every active amphibious commando unit.In 2001 13th Amphibious Commando Regiment was regrouped in brigade form and renamed 13th Special Forces Directorate.
    The amphibious Commando units are
    A' MAK (A AMPHIBIOUS COMMANDO UNIT)
    Γ' MAK ( Γ AMPHIBIOUS COMMANDO UNIT)
    Z' MAK (Z AMPHIBIOUS COMMANDO UNIT)
    The Z' AMPHIBIOUS COMMANDO UNIT (Z'MAK) Is the ellite of the amphibious Commandos in Greece and was was formed as a rapid response unit.

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    AND SOME FROM THE ELITE Z' MAK!




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    ΔΙΟΙΚΗΣΗ ΥΠΟΒΡΥΧΙΩΝ ΚΑΤΑΣΤΡΟΦΩΝ - ΔΥΚ-
    UNDERWATER DEMOLITION COMMAND -DYK-



    UNDERWATER DEMOLITION COMMAND (Diikisi Ypovrihion Katastrofon) is one of the Fleet Headquarters' Commands of Hellenic Navy.

    Objective
    To carry out intelligence gathering operations, unconventional warfare offensive operations against enemy's targets of naval interest using air, land and sea insertion methods.

    Command's Operations
    • Participation in embargo/peace-keeping missions
    • Providing protection to warships or Naval installations during periods of crisis against terrorist threat

    Social/Community Work
    • Search and rescue at sea
    • Assistance during natural disasters
    • Disposal of standardized ammunition in sea areas

    Historical Background
    • 1953 FIRST AMPHIBIOUS RECONNAISSANCE SQUAD IS FOUNDED
    • 1957-1968 UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TRAINING SCHOOL OPERATES IN 'KANNELOPOYLOS' TRAINING CENTER
    • 1968 UDT DIVISION ESTABLISHED IN SKARAMANGA
    • 1969 UDT DIVISION RENAMED TO UNDERWATER DEMOLITION UNIT (MYK)
    • 2002 UNDERWATER DEMOLITION UNIT RENAMED TO UNDERWATER DEMOLITION COMMAND (DYK)

    Structure Of Underwater Demolition Command


    The unit is also known as MYK and OYK !

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    nice

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    very good photos, thanx Greek-Airborne, in the meantime I use ur photos in different military forums. Keep them coming.

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    ΔΙΟΙΚΗΣΗ ΕΛΙΚΟΠΤΕΡΩΝ ΝΑΥΤΙΚΟΥ
    NAVY HELICOPTERS COMMAND

    The Hellenic Navy operates 23 Naval Hellicopters
    11 S-70B/B-6 Aegean Hawk

    10 AB-212ASW/EW

    2 SA.319B Alouette III For training Reasons


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    Quote Originally Posted by OMEGA7
    I want The f*** dude has M203 . but I dont want to shooting for the enemy I wanna shoot point who the point is only of f*** stigmas,
    Still, lamp floor amalgamization tantamount colour, which retreives yellow before bottle under the wisdom of tree black procrastination


    Really cool photos everyone. Keep up the good work!

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