Thread: Croatian Military Pictures! - Read the first post carefully!

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    Ivi, sometimes i find you a little difficult to understand: on a side you say that that kind of weapon is now only in museums and in another part of the same sentence you say that you have seen it during the last armed forced day, thing that suggest it is still operative.

    I'm a little confused...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcellogo View Post
    Ivi, sometimes i find you a little difficult to understand: on a side you say that that kind of weapon is now only in museums and in another part of the same sentence you say that you have seen it during the last armed forced day, thing that suggest it is still operative.

    I'm a little confused...
    It doesn't matter. During our armed forces celebrations or anniversaries they often present even some storic or withdrawn equipment, especially the equipment used during the Homeland War.

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    In training center of the guide and service dogs, "Cpt Krešimir Ivošević" breeding and training of military and police dogs,is conducted since year 1992. Engaged in the breeding of Belgian Shepherds, German Shepherds, Dutch Shepherds and Labradors.




    OMOLT members awarded with medals.
    The task team is training and mentoring members of the battalion for combat support of the Afghan National Army (ANA), and providing technical assistance in planning tasks and operations.









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    Nice to see our Iveco LMVs! I hope they buy the whole envisiged lot of 94...

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    MoD visited newly built military barracks " Predrag Matanović " in Petrinja.
    Within the dual object of 3.150 square meters were built 44 bedrooms, 2 classrooms, eight offices and 44 bathrooms, a total construction costs amounted to 22.5 million. The plan envisages the construction of another 5 new accommodation facilities for which construction was necessary to invest 110 million.







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    did they looked in basement

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    Apparently not. What's in the basement?

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    lots of water

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    As everything new in the CAF, the barracks are also multipurpose. Living quarters up and a diving center below

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muc91 View Post
    As everything new in the CAF, the barracks are also multipurpose. Living quarters up and a diving center below
    Aaaah, the famous amphibious btg of Petrinja.
    No such problem for the flooded basements, for keeping wine and dried meat they can ask to Gavrilović near there.

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    The final part of training of fifth GOMLT was held; part of their combat training at Slunj polygon included training in handling and use of M84 machine guns, Browning M2 heavy machine guns, RPG-7 launchers and hand held RBG-1 and RBG-6 granade launchers. Training of garrison OMLT was conducted with support from the Centar for Combat Training.







    Part of joint OMOLT training with MNNG at "Gašinci" training grounds.

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    They should put a RCWS on the LMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by SATNIK View Post


    What's that tracked vehicle in the back? Maybe an OT-60?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikojan View Post
    What's that tracked vehicle in the back? Maybe an OT-60?
    Sure looks like it. Though the "blatobran" seems to be missing.
    I am surprised they are still using it considering how terrible those things are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero11 View Post
    Sure looks like it. Though the "blatobran" seems to be missing.
    I am surprised they are still using it considering how terrible those things are.
    I don't think they are! Seen as this is Slunj where the exercises were held, this OT M-60 is probably used as a sitting duck (as a target) during the usual fire exercises.

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