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#201 bojan

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 0617 AM

1993. Hill Support Group/Hill Infantry Bn

 

 

AT Platoon was reinforced and reformed to an AT Company, with RCL and ATGM platoons.

 

 

Light AD Artillery-Missile Platoon/Hill Infantry Bn - 27 men - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 3 x SA-7 launcher, 2 x SAW, 22 x AR, 3 x AP, 4 x 1.5t truck

- Plt Cmd - AR

 

Command Section - 6 men - 6 x AR, 1 x 1.5t truck

- Section leader - AR

- Spotters x 2 - AR

- Radiomen x 2 - AR

- Driver - AR

 

Gun section x 2 - 8 men - 2 x 20/1 AAG, 1 x SAW, 7 x AR, 1 x 1.5t truck

- Section leader - AR

- Gunner x 2 - AR

- Assistant x 4 - 1 x SAW, 3 x AR

- Driver - AR, 1.5t truck

 

Missile Section - 4 men - 3 x SA-7 launcher, 1 x AR, 3 x AP, 1 x 1.5t truck

- Section leader/SA-7 operator - SA-7 launcher, AP

- SA-7 operator x 2 - SA-7 launcher, AP

- Driver - AR, 1.5t truck
 

 

 

 

82mm Mortar Platoon/Hill Infantry Bn - 47 men - 8 x 82mm Mortar, 38 x AR, 8 x P, 8 x Pack horse, 8 x Ammo horse, 2 x 5t truck, 10 x LAW

- Plt Cmd - AR

- Plt 2inC - AR

- Radioman - AR

- Driver x 2 - AR, 5t truck

- Scout-spotter x 2 - AR, LAW

 

Mortar Section x 4 - 10 men - 2 x 82mm Mortar, 8 x AR, 2 x P, 2 x Horse /Cart

- Section leader - AR

- Horse handler - AR

- Mortar gunner x 2 - 82mm mortar, P

- Loader x 2 - AR

- Ammo handler x 2 - AR

- Ammo bearer x 2 - AR, Horse /Cart, 1 x LAW

 

 

 

Anti-armor Company/Hill Infantry Bn

 

Co HQ - 7 men - 6 x AR, 1 x P, 2 x 1.5t truck, 2 x LAW

- Co Cmd - AR

- Co 2inC - AR

- Co Jr. Officer - AR

- Radioman - AR

- Medic - P

- Driver x 2 -AR, 5t truck, LAW

 

RCL Platoon - 38 men - 6 x 82mm RCL, 38 x AR, 6 x Horse /Cart

- Plt Cmd - AR

- Plt 2inC - AR

 

RCL Section x 3 - 12 men - 2 x 82mm RCL, 12 x АR, 2 x Horse /cart

- Section leader - AR

- Horse handler - AR

- RCL gunner x 2 - 82mm RCL, AR

- Assistant x 2 - AR

- Loader x 2 - AR

- Ammo handler x 2 - AR, Pack horse

- Ammo bearer x 2 - AR, 2 Ammo horse

 

ATGM Platoon - 26 men - 6 x ATGM Launcher, 26 x AR, 6 x Horse /Cart

- Plt Cmd - AR

- Plt 2inC - AR

 

ATGM Section x 6 - 4 men - 1 x ATGM launcher, 4 x AR, 1 x Horse /Cart

- Section leader - AR

- ATGM operator - ATGM, AR

- Assistant x 2 - AR, Pack horse

 

Total - 81 ( 7 + 38 + 26 ) men - 6 x 82mm RCL, 6 x ATGM launcher, 80 x AR, 1 x P, 2 x 5t truck, 12 x Horse /Cart, 2 x LAW

 

 

 

Since 1993 Hill Infantry Company had a "modular" support platoon total heavier weapons for a 1987/1990. Hill Infantry Bn can be variable:

 

1. - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 3 x 2 + 8 = 14 x 82mm mortar, 6 x ATGM launcher, 3 x 2 + 6 = 12 x 82mm RCL, 3 x 4 + 2* = 14 x ATW, 3 x 9 = 27 x MG, 3 x 9 = 27 x LMG, 3 x 9 + 2 + 2** = 31 x SAW

 

2. - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 8 x 82mm mortar, 6 x ATGM launcher, 3 x 4 = 12 x 60mm mortar, 3 x 2 + 6 = 12 x 82mm RCL, 3 x 4 + 2* = 14 x ATW, 3 x 9 = 27 x MG, 3 x 9 = 27 x LMG, 3 x 9 + 2 + 2** = 31 x SAW

 

3. 4 x 20/1 AAG, 8 x 82mm mortar,  6 x ATGM launcher, 3 x 4 = 12 x 60mm mortar, 4 x 82mm RCL, 3 x 8 + 2* = 26 x ATW, 3 x 9 = 27 x MG, 3 x 9 = 27 x LMG, 3 x 9 + 2 + 2** = 31 x SAW

 

 

*One at technical maintenance one in the logistic platoon of the Logistic Co.

** Same as above


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#202 bojan

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1757 PM

Missed one... Same as 1987. except one more ATGM launcher in the AT platoon...

 

 

1990. Hill Support Group/Hill Infantry Bn

 

 

Light AD Artillery-Missile Platoon/Hill Infantry Bn - 27 men - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 3 x SA-7 launcher, 2 x SAW, 22 x AR, 3 x AP, 4 x 1.5t truck

- Plt Cmd - AR

 

Command Section - 6 men - 6 x AR, 1 x 1.5t truck

- Section leader - AR

- Spotters x 2 - AR

- Radiomen x 2 - AR

- Driver - AR

 

Gun section x 2 - 8 men - 2 x 20/1 AAG, 1 x SAW, 7 x AR, 1 x 1.5t truck

- Section leader - AR

- Gunner x 2 - AR

- Assistant x 4 - 1 x SAW, 3 x AR

- Driver - AR, 1.5t truck

 

Missile Section - 4 men - 3 x SA-7 launcher, 1 x AR, 3 x AP, 1 x 1.5t truck

- Section leader/SA-7 operator - SA-7 launcher, AP

- SA-7 operator x 2 - SA-7 launcher, AP

- Driver - AR, 1.5t truck
 

 

 

82mm Mortar Platoon/Hill Infantry Bn - 47 men - 8 x 82mm Mortar, 38 x AR, 8 x P, 8 x Horse/Cart, 2 x 5t truck, 10 x LAW

- Plt Cmd - AR

- Plt 2inC - AR

- Radioman - AR

- Driver x 2 - AR, 5t truck

- Scout-spotter x 2 - AR, LAW

 

Mortar Section x 4 - 10 men - 2 x 82mm Mortar, 8 x AR, 2 x P, 2 x Horse/Cart

- Section leader - AR

- Horse handler - AR

- Mortar gunner x 2 - 82mm mortar, P

- Loader x 2 - AR

- Ammo handler x 2 - AR

- Ammo bearer x 2 - AR, Horse /Cart, LAW

 

 

 

1990. AT Platoon/Hill Infantry Bn - 41 men - 4 x 82mm RCL, 4 x ATGM Launcher, 39 x AR, 4 x P, 8 x Horse /Cart, 1 x 1.5t truck, 1 x 5t truck, 2 x LAW

- Plt Cmd - AR

- Driver x 2 - SAR, 1 x 5t truck, 1 x 1.5t truck, LAW

 

RCL Section x 2 - 12 men - 2 x 82mm RCL, 10 x АR, 2 x P, 2 x Horse /Cart

- Section leader - AR

- Horse handler - AR

- RCL gunner x 2 - 82mm RCL, P

- Assistant x 2 - AR

- Loader x 2 - AR

- Ammo handler x 2 - AR

- Ammo bearer x 2 - AR, Horse /Cart

 

ATGM Section x 4 - 4 men - 1 x ATGM launcher, 4 x AR, 1 x Horse /Cart

- Section leader - AR

- ATGM operator - ATGM, AR

- Assistant x 2 - AR, 1 x Horse /Cart

 

 

Since 1990. Hill Infantry Company had a "modular" support platoon total heavier weapons for a 1990. Hill Infantry Bn can be variable:

 

1. - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 3 x 2 + 8 = 14 x 82mm mortar, 3 x ATGM launcher, 3 x 2 + 4 = 10 x 82mm RCL, 3 x 4 + 2* = 14 x ATW, 3 x 9 = 27 x MG, 3 x 18 + 2 + 2** = 58 x SAW

 

2. - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 8 x 82mm mortar, 3 x ATGM launcher, 3 x 4 = 12 x 60mm mortar, 3 x 2 + 4 = 10 x 82mm RCL, 3 x 4 + 2* = 14 x ATW, 3 x 9 = 27 x MG, 3 x 18 + 2 + 2** = 58 x SAW

 

3. - 4 x 20/1 AAG, 8 x 82mm mortar,  3 x ATGM launcher, 3 x 4 = 12 x 60mm mortar, 4 x 82mm RCL, 3 x 8 + 2* = 26 x ATW, 3 x 9 = 27 x MG, 3 x 18 + 2 + 2** = 58 x SAW

 

 

*One at technical maintenance one in the logistic platoon of the Logistic Co.

** Same as above


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#203 Rick

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1842 PM

Bojan, pardon me if you have posted this before, but is a "hill" unit any different than a "mountain" unit? 

 

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 2012 PM

Quite different. There were in fact 3 types of the difficult terrain units:

 

Hill = operate on terrain considered difficult, but not impossible for mechanized units off roads.

 

Mountain = operate on terrain considered impossible going for armored units, except by roads. Had alpine training.

 

Alpine = operate on terrain considered impassable for all other units. Had serious mountain training and full alpine equipment issued, but practically no motorized transport. Alpine platoons were included as reconnaissance units at higher rank mountain units (IIRC Mountain Bn had Alpine Reconnaissance Platoon). 

 

In 1991. there were seven Hill Infantry Brigades of B (30% filled during peacetime) and R (only admin part during peacetime) condition - three in Bosnia,.two in Montenegro and single one in Croatia and Serbia each. By wartime formation, each had 3 x Hill Infantry Bn + support elements, which varied a lot, from full Howitzer Artillery group (18 x 105mm howitzers) to a Mixed Group of 12 x 76mm mountain guns and 12 x 120mm Mortar.

 

There was also a single mountain brigade, 345th Mountain Brigade located in Slovenia. It had 5 x Mountain Bn + support elements. It's arty included 2 x 76mm mountain gun battery (each 9 guns) and 2 x 120mm mortar battery (6 mortars each).

 

Border guards also had rough terrain training, but unlike peacetime org where they were organized similar to the light infantry companies, during wartime they were mostly supposed to be reinforced with additional elements and form company and Bn sized AT units.


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1220 PM

during yugoslav wars, were the territorial units , since they were under republics authority, used as shown here and were the formations -equipment-supply quantities etc. - considered effective (i know that you wrote, how in the 1993 organisations the LMG and mortars trickled down)

 

 

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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1256 PM

Whole Slovenian army evolved from their TD. They have also shown decent effectiveness during short war in Slovenia, through that was also due the other, political factors. Anyway, they were probably best armed TD, , along parts of Croatian and Serbian TD.

Elsewhere TD split along ethnic lines, especially in Croatia, where whole shit started by TD, literary one half of village fighting vs other half of village. Initially YPA tried to stay neutral and even tried to disarm TD, but w/o any noticable effects - genie was already out of bottle.

In Bosnia TD also formed basic for both Muslim and Croat armies.

 

As for formations employed - they were generally followed, through everyone, including YPA was seriously understrength, especially in the front line units, due the whole war being highly unpopular and reserve mobilization practically failing in Serbia. So there were instances of Bde arty groups supporting understrength battalion.


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1541 PM

Fixed major error about AD part - it was Light AD Artillery-Missile Platoon, not Battery, and it was equipped with 20mm single barreled guns (M75), not triple ones.


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Posted 24 June 2019 - 0001 AM

Could you please name those seven hill infantry brigades and where they are located in 1991.

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Posted 24 June 2019 - 0720 AM

Number, mobilization status, Location, Republic

1.1.1990.

6th, B, Delnice, Croatia

 

12th, R, Bihac, Bosnia, 

216th, R, Han-Pijesak, Bosnia

428th, R, Travnik, Bosnia

 

57th, B, Pljevlja, Montenegro

179th, R, Niksic, Montenegro

 

19th, B, Pozega, Serbia

 

 

On 23.7.1990. 12th was disbanded and new one was formed until the end of year:

261st, R, Cacak, Serbia

 

So on 1.1.1991. there were following ones:

6th, B, Delnice, Croatia

 

216th, R, Han-Pijesak, Bosnia

428th, R, Travnik, Bosnia

 

57th, B, Pljevlja, Montenegro

179th, R, Niksic, Montenegro

 

19th, B, Pozega, Serbia

261st, R, Cacak, Serbia


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Posted 24 June 2019 - 0736 AM

Hvala (thanks) :)

It is a little off topic but i cant send you a message. Please do you know something about 25. infantry brigade from Pula/Pazin? If it is a problem please send me message

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Posted 24 June 2019 - 0753 AM

No, nothing, I did not research higher orgs.


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Posted 24 June 2019 - 1242 PM

Hvala svejedno

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Posted 26 June 2019 - 0619 AM

1954. Light Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, Infantry Regiment

 

Bty HQ - 17 men - 2 x MG, 2 x ATW, 7 x SMG, 7 x R, 3 x P, 1 x 2.5t Truck
 

Command Section - 6 men - 2 x SMG, 3 x R, 1 x P
- Bty Cmd - SMG
- Bty Jr. Officer - SMG
- Radiomen x 2 - R
- Medic - P
- Driver - R, 2.5t Truck

 

Security Section - 11 men- 2 x MG, 2 x ATW, 2 x P, 5 x SMG, 4 x R
- Section leader - SMG
- Machine gunner x 2 - MG, P
- Assistant x 2 - R
- Ammo bearer x 2 - SMG
- AT Gunner x 2 - ATW, R
- Assistant x 2 - SMG

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 26 men - 4 x 57mm M1 ATG, 10 x SMG, 16 x R, 4 x 1.5t vehicle, 1 x LMG/AAMG (mounted on the 1st section vehicle)
- Plt Cmd - SMG - also Bty 2inC - mounts 1st section vehicle
- Plt 2inC - SMG - mounts 3rd section vehicle

57mm ATG Section x 4 - 6 men - 1 x 57mm M1 ATG, 2 x SMG, 4 x R, 1 x 1.5t vehicle
- Section leader - SMG
- Gunner - R
- Loader - R
- Ammo handler 1 - R
- Ammo handler 2 - SMG
- Driver - R, 3/4t vehicle

 

Total - 69 ( 17 + 2 x 26 ) men - 8 x 57mm M1* ATG, 2 x MG, 2 x ATW, 2 x LMG/AAMG (vehicle mounted), 27 x SMG, 39 x PR (9 /RG attachment**), 3 x P, 1 x 2.5t truck, 8 x 1.5t vehicle

 

*57mm Mk.2 (e) ор 57mm Mk.4 (e) might be issued instead. Formation is identical, as are crew duties.

** Formation does not say where those are alocated, but using analogy with other formations, 1 should be in the Security Section (one of the MG gunner assistants) and the rest in 57mm ATG Sections (Probably with Ammo handler 1)


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 0641 AM

1954. Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 75mm M40 or 76mm M42, Anti-Armor Artillery Group, Infantry Brigade or Mixer Artillery Group, Infantry Regiment

 

 

Bty HQ - 35 men - 4 x MG, 4 x ATW, 2 x LMG/AAMG (truck mounted) 13 x SMG, 18 x R, 5 x P

Command Section - 6 men - 3 x SMG, 2 x R, 1 x P
- Bty Cmd - SMG

- Bty 2inC - SMG

- Bty Jr. Officer - SMG
- Radiomen x 2 - R
- Medic - P

 

Security Section x 2 - 11 men- 2 x MG, 2 x ATW, 5 x SMG, 4 x R, 2 x P
- Section leader - SMG
- MG gunner x 2 - MG, P
- Assistant x 2 - R
- Ammo bearer x 2 - SMG
- AT Gunner x 2 - ATW, R
- Assistant x 2 - SMG

 

Transport section - 8 men - 2 x LMG/AAMG (mounted on trucks), 8 x R, 1 x 3/4t light vehicle, 7 x 2.5t truck - it existed only formally, in practice 3 drivers and 2.5t truck were assigned to each Anti-Armor Platoon, 1 x 2.5t truck to a Bty HQ (loads 2 x Security section) and and 1 3/4t vehicle to Bty Cmd Section

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 20 men - 3 x 75/76mm ATG, 8 x SMG, 12 x R

- Plt Cmd - SMG - mounts 1st section truck

- Plt 2inC - SMG - mounts 3rd section truck

 

75/76mm ATG Section x 3 - 6 men - 1 x 75/76mm ATG, 2 x SMG, 4 x R

- Section leader - SMG

- Gunner - R

- Fuse setter - R

- Loader - R

- Ammo handler 1 - R

- Ammo handler 2 - SMG

 

 

Total - 76 ( 36 + 2 x 20 ) men - 6 x 75mm M40*/76mm M42ATG**, 4 x MG, 4 x ATW, 2 x LMG/AAMG (truck mounted), 29 x SMG, 42 x R (8 /RG attachment***), 5 x P, 7 x 2.5t truck, 1 x 3/4t vehicle

 

*Retired to a reserve in 1967, relegated to a coastal defense in 1974. where they served until 1991.

** Got a new breath of life with introduction of HEAT ammo capable of penetrating 240mm in late 1960s, and survived in the reserves until 1993.

*** Again, no formal saying where those go, but probably 1 in each security section with MG gunner assistant and 1 in each 75/76mm ATG Section, with Ammo handler 1.


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 0659 AM

1954. Heavy Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 88mm M43 or M41/43, Anti-Armor Group, Artillery Regiment

 

 

 

Bty HQ - 7 men - 3 x SMG, 3 x R, 1 x P, 1 x 3/4t light vehicle

Command Section - 7 men - 3 x SMG, 3 x R, 1 x P, 1 x 3/4t light vehicle
- Bty Cmd - SMG

- Bty 2inC - SMG

- Bty Jr. Officer - SMG
- Radiomen x 2 - R
- Medic - P

- Driver - R, 3/4t light vehicle

 

Security Platoon - 37 men - 6 x MG, 6 x ATW, 17 x SMG, 14 x R (3 /RG attachment), 2 x 2.5t truck

- Plt Cmd - SMG - mounts 1st truck

- Plt 2inC - SMG - mounts 2nd truck

- Driver x 2 - R, 2.5t truck

 

Security Section x 3 - 11 men- 2 x MG, 2 x ATW, 5 x SMG, 4 x R, 2 x P
- Section leader - SMG
- MG gunner x 2 - MG, P
- Assistant x 2 - R, 1 x RG attachment
- Ammo bearer x 2 - SMG
- AT Gunner x 2 - ATW, R
- Assistant x 2 - SMG

 

 

Heavy Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 30 men - 3 x 88mm ATG, 3 x LMG, 11 x SMG, 16 x R, 3 x Tracked artillery tractor, 3 x 12.7mm AAMG (on tractor), 6 x P

- Plt Cmd - SMG - mounts 1st section vehicle

- Plt 2inC - SMG - mounts 3rd section vehicle

- Radioman - R

 

88mm ATG Section x 3 - 9 men - 1 x 88mm ATG, 1 x LMG, 3 x SMG, 5 x R, 1 x P, 1 x Tracked artillery tractor, 1 x 12.7mm AAMG  (on tractor)

- Section leader - SMG

- Gunner 1 - R

- Gunner 2 - R

- Loader 1 - R

- Loader 2 - SMG

- Ammo handler 1 - R /RG attachment 

- Ammo handler 2 - SMG

- Ammo handler 3 - LMG, P

- Driver - R, Tracked artillery tractor

 

Total - 104 ( 7 + 37 + 2 x 30 ) men - 6 x 88mm M43* or M41/43 ATG, 6 x MG, 6 x ATW, 6 x LMG, 6 x 12.7mm AAMG (on tractors), 42 x SMG, 49 x R (9 /RG attachment), 13 x P, 2 x 2.5t truck, 1 x 3/4t vehicle, 6 x Tracked artillery tractor

 

*There was relatively few of those (probably about 30-40) and this was 'R' type formation, war reserve material. Guns were retired soon after 100mm T-12 ATGs were acquired in 1968.


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 0927 AM

1969/71. Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 76mm M42, Infantry Regiment Mixed Artillery Group or Infantry Brigade Anti-Armor Artillery Group

Only difference is ARs instead of SMGs in 1971.

 

 

Bty HQ - 21 men - 2 x MG, 3 x ATW, 5 x SMG, 10 x SAR, 6 x P

Command Section - 7 men - 3 x SMG, 3 x SAR, 1 x P
- Bty Cmd - SMG

- Bty 2inC - SMG

- Bty Jr. Officer - SMG
- Radiomen x 2 - SAR
- Medic - P

- Driver - SAR, 5t truck

 

MG Section - 7 men- 2 x MG, 1 x SMG, 4 x SAR, 2 x P

- Section leader - SMG
- MG gunner x 2 - MG, P
- Assistant x 2 - SAR
- Ammo bearer x 2 - SAR

 

AT section - 7 men - 3 x ATW, 1 x SMG, 3 x SAR, 3 x P

- Section leader - SMG
- AT Gunner x 3 - ATW, P
- Assistant x 3 - SAR

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 25 men - 3 x 76mm ATG, 4 x SMG, 21 x SAR

- Plt Cmd - SMG - mounts 1st section truck

 

76mm ATG Section x 3 - 8 men - 1 x 76mm ATG, 1 x SMG, 7 x SAR

- Section leader - SMG

- Gunner - SAR

- Assistant gunner - SAR

- Loader - SAR

- Fuse setter - SAR

- Ammo handler x 2 - SAR

- Driver - SAR, 5t truck

 

 

Total - 71 ( 21 + 2 x 25 ) men - 6 x 76mm M42 ATG, 2 x MG, 3 x ATW, 13 x SMG, 52 x SAR, 6 x P, 7 x 5t truck


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 1123 AM

1969/71/81. Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 100mm T-12, Brigade level Mixed Anti-Armor Artillery Group (and other formations)

Only difference is ARs instead of SMGs in 1971.

1981. lost Bty 2inC.

 

Bty HQ - 34/33 men - 4 x MG, 6 x ATW, 5 x SMG, 18 x SAR, 11 x P

Command Section - 8 men - 3 x SMG, 4 x SAR, 1 x P
- Bty Cmd - SMG

- Bty 2inC - SMG

- Bty Jr. Officer - SMG
- Radiomen x 2 - SAR
- Medic - P

- Driver x 2 - SAR, 1 x 3/4t light vehicle (light vehicle/trailer in F-81), 1 x 5t truck

 

MG Section - 13 men - 4 x MG, 1 x SMG, 8 x SAR, 4 x P

- Section leader - SMG
- MG gunner x 4 - MG, P
- Assistant x 4 - SAR
- Ammo bearer x 4 - SAR

 

AT section - 13 men - 6 x ATW, 1 x SMG, 6 x SAR, 6 x P

- Section leader - SMG
- AT Gunner x 6 - ATW, P
- Assistant x 6 - SAR

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 22 men - 3 x 100mm ATG, 4 x SMG, 18 x SAR

- Plt Cmd - SMG - mounts 1st section truck

 

100mm ATG Section x 3 - 7 men - 1 x 100mm ATG, 1 x SMG, 6 x SAR

- Section leader - SMG - 1st section leader is also Plt 2inC

- Gunner - SAR

- Assistant gunner - SAR

- Loader - SAR

- Ammo handler x 2 - SAR

- Driver - SAR, 5t truck

 

Total - 78/77 ( 34/33 + 2 x 22 ) men - 6 x 100mm T-12 ATG, 4 x MG, 6 x ATW, 13 x SMG, 54 x SAR, 11 x P, 1 x 3/4t light vehicle, 7 x 5t truck


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 1436 PM

1981/87. Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 76mm M42, Infantry Regiment Mixed Artillery Group or Infantry Brigade Anti-Armor Artillery Group

 

Only difference is ARs instead of SARs in 1987.

 

 

Bty HQ - 17 men - 1 x MG, 3 x ATW, 3 x AR, 9 x SAR, 5 x P

Bty Command Section - 6 men - 1 x P, 2 x AR, 3 x SAR, 1 x P, 1 x light vehicle with trailer

- Bty Cmd - AR

- Bty Jr Officer - AR

- Radiomen x 2 - SAR

- Medic - P

- Driver - SAR, light vehicle with trailer

 

 

Close combat section - 11 men - 1 x MG, 3 x ATW, 1 x AR, 6 x SAR, 4 x P

- Section leader - AR

- Driver - SAR, 5t truck

- MG gunner - MG, P

- Assistant - SAR

- Ammo bearer - SAR

- AT gunner x 3 - ATW, P

- Assistant x 3 - SAR

 

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 25 men - 3 x 76mm ATG, 4 x AR, 21 x SAR

- Plt Cmd - AR - mounts 1st section truck

 

76mm ATG Section x 3 - 8 men - 1 x 76mm ATG, 1 x SMG, 7 x SAR

- Section leader - AR

- Gunner - SAR

- Assistant gunner - SAR

- Loader - SAR

- Fuse setter - SAR

- Ammo handler x 2 - SAR

- Driver - SAR, 5t truck

 

 

Total - 67 ( 17 + 2 x 25 ) men - 6 x 76mm M42 ATG, 1 x MG, 3 x ATW, 11/62 x AR, 51/0 x SAR, 5 x P, 1 x light vehicle /trailer, 7 x 5t truck


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 1445 PM

1984/87/90. Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 100mm T-12, Brigade level Mixed Anti-Armor Artillery Group (and other formations)

F-87 - AR instead of SAR, Bty Cmd has AP

F-90 - Bty Cmd got back AR, it also has 2 x LRF, MG gunners no longer have pistols.

 

Bty HQ - 33 men - 4 x MG, 6 x ATW, 5 x AR, 18 x SAR, 11 x P

Command Section - 6 men - 2 x AR, 3 x SAR, 1 x P
- Bty Cmd - AR/AP

- Bty Jr. Officer - AR

- Radiomen x 2 - SAR
- Medic - P

- Driver - SAR, 1 x light vehicle /6 seat

 

 

Close combat section x 2 - 13/14 men - 2 x MG, 3 x ATW, 1 x AR, 7/8 x SAR, 5 x P

- Section leader - AR

- MG gunner x 2 - MG, P
- Assistant x 2 - SAR
- Ammo bearer x 2 - SAR

- AT Gunner x 3 - ATW, P

- Assistant x 3 - SAR

- Driver - SAR - only in the 1st section

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 22 men - 3 x 100mm ATG, 4 x AR, 18 x SAR

- Plt Cmd - AR - mounts 1st section truck

 

100mm ATG Section x 3 - 7 men - 1 x 100mm ATG, 1 x AR, 6 x SAR

- Section leader - AR - 1st section leader is also Plt 2inC

- Gunner - SAR

- Assistant gunner - SAR

- Loader - SAR

- Ammo handler x 2 - SAR

- Driver - SAR, 3t truck

 

Total - 77 ( 33 + 2 x 22 ) men - 6 x 100mm T-12 ATG, 4 x MG, 6 x ATW, 12/65/66 x AR, 54/0/0 x SAR, 0/1/0 x AP, 11/11/7 x P, 1 x light vehicle /6 seat, 1 x 5t truck, 6 x 3t truck


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Posted 26 June 2019 - 1458 PM

1993. Anti-Armor Artillery Battery, 100mm T-12, Brigade level Mixed Anti-Armor Artillery Group (and other formations)

 

Bty HQ - 35 men - 4 x MG, 6 x ATW, 30 x AR, 1 x light vehicle /6 seat, 2 x 5t truck

Command Section - 7 men - 6 x AR, 1 x P, 1 x light vehicle /6 seat, 1 x LAW
- Bty Cmd - AR

- Bty 2inC - AR

- Bty Jr. Officer - AR
- Radiomen x 2 - AR
- Medic - P

- Driver - AR, 1 x light vehicle /6 seat

 

Close combat section x 2 - 14 men - 2 x MG, 3 x ATW, 12 x AR, 2 x 5t truck - those would be most often attached one to each Platoon as a 4th section.

- Section leader - AR

- MG gunner x 2 - MG
- Assistant x 2 - AR
- Ammo bearer x 2 - AR

- AT Gunner x 3 - ATW, AR

- Assistant x 3 - AR

- Driver - AR

 

Anti-Armor Artillery Platoon x 2 - 23 men - 3 x 100mm ATG, 3 x SAW, 20 x AR, 7 x LAW

- Plt Cmd - AR - mounts 1st section truck

- Plt 2inC - AR - mounts 3rd section truck

 

100mm ATG Section x 3 - 7 men - 1 x 100mm ATG, 1 x SAW, 6 x AR, 2 x LAW

- Section leader - AR -

- Gunner - AR

- Assistant gunner - AR

- Loader - AR

- Ammo handler 1 - AR

- Ammo handler 2 - SAW

- Driver - AR, 3t truck

 

Total - 81 ( 35 + 2 x 23 ) men - 6 x 100mm T-12 ATG, 4 x MG, 6 x ATW, 6 x SAW, 70 x AR, 1 x P, 1 x light vehicle /trailer, 2 x 5t truck, 6 x 3t truck, 15 x LAW


Edited by bojan, 21 September 2019 - 1131 AM.

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