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MessageSujet: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Sam 11 Sep 2010 - 4:32

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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Sam 11 Sep 2010 - 6:03



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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Sam 11 Sep 2010 - 11:27

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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Ven 4 Jan 2013 - 10:34

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    By Agence France-Presse on Friday, January 4th, 2013
    Bosnia’s parliament on Thursday backed the deployment of the country’s first combat unit to Afghanistan, where it already has a small contingent of soldiers tasked with providing security for the NATO force there.

    A total of 26 members of Bosnia-Hercegovina’s military police will leave for Afghanistan to serve “for a period of 10 months” with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a defence ministry spokeswoman told AFP.

    “They will join US troops in Kandahar and will be engaged in escort operations,” spokeswoman Uma Sinanovic added, without giving the date for their dispatch.

    Bosnia, which hopes to join NATO, already has some 55 soldiers and officers serving with NATO’s international force.

    Around 100,000 US-led NATO troops are presently fighting a decade-long Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan.

    War-weary international forces are seeking to hand control of security to Afghan forces and withdraw their combat troops by the end of 2014.



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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Mer 24 Juil 2013 - 14:58

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    JOINT INFANTRY TRAINING OF ARMED FORCES BiH AND MARYLAND NATIONAL GUARD  

     For the Maryland National Guard and the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2013 is the Tenth anniversary of a very successful and close collaboration.  



    In June this year, members of the 1st Battalion 5th Infantry Brigade of the AF BiH passed fifteen days' training with A Co/175. Infantry Regiment of the National Guard of Maryland at Davis Camp in the military training Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. Joint training of AF BiH and the Maryland National Guard aimed closely exploring through joint military field exercises merger and harmonization of tactics, techniques and procedures.

    The quality of the Infantry Training is one of the important measures of the ability and readiness of the armed forces. When training is performed on our own ground it is very useful, but when you are running a joint military training on unknown grounds and with members and units other armed forces, then the training is a challenge that will ultimately result in a real assessment of the willingness and ability of those who do it. In such a situation were members of infantry team AF BiH. Their training in Maryland is extremely helpful, proved to be coordinated and the soldiers were really motivated becouse of all interesting military challenges that are placed before them, both in preparation and during the performance.

    Captain Dave Engelman, Instructor:

    „This is a great experience for both countries. BiH soldiers are very interested and very motivated for joint training and work up the effort. Definitely confirms that we do at the same manuals and procedures that we say to the passage points and finish points and objects that occupy almost exactly the same. I hope that more troops OS BiH have the opportunity to be here at the training also hope that the Maryland National Guard soldiers have the opportunity to undergo joint training in Bosnia.“

    Joint military training with the Maryland National Guard members is extremely important for members of the AF BiH primarily because these AF BiH is composed mainly of newly recruited soldiers who right here in these circumstances have the opportunity to experience something completely militarily realistic and challenging. With fantastic conditions for training at military training Fort A.P. Hill, which has over 30 landscaped shooting, instructors The Maryland National Guard managed from the AF BiH draw the best course which is much to their motivation. The training started shooting stunt incident and exercises on individual weapons, rocket launchers, zeroing, passage 6 point throwing hand grenades ie 'live' bombs, and daily physical training with and without military equipment (running 2, 3 and 5 miles).

    On qualification shooting for all members of the joint battalion of the Maryland National Guard and the AF BiH to train the 249 SAW (Squad Assault Weapon - SAW), only five members have passed qualification. First who was qualified was the corporal Dino Muslic. Although this is the first time that soldiers AF BiH faced with this kind of weapons, corporal Dino Muslic had the highest score in the entire battalion on qualifying shooting from SAW and the highest grade expert received on training throwing bombs. Despite being members of the AF BiH first encounter with these weapons U.S. Army, corporal Muslic managed to qualify first, and keep the best result to the end.

    Corporal Dino Muslic, member of AF BiH:

    "It is a great pleasure to participate in this kind of training, a lot of new knowledge we have gained, it was hard for both fun and interesting. Military profession requires a lot of sacrifice, a lot of training, teamwork, so I have just found myself here. I joined the AF BiH after a successful training 1st class candidates and through all my training experiences in Pazaric and later through the scedule in the 5th Brigade I can say that if our equipment has improved and when to improve conditions for training as well as those who provided us with the Maryland National Guard I think that our training could be as good as this. From what we have been doing here for me as my highest challenge I will point out a sniper shooting - it was really a special experience that I haven't had the opportunity to acquire during the training in the AF BiH. I want to send a message to my colleagues that they should be maximally involved in the training because it is the basis of everything and of course they should put a lot of effort to be the best every moment, to influence both, their soldiers and the other because we're just as good and we can answer all the challenges. Here we have shown that we can go up with the members of the Maryland National Guard. I am happy to be here and to have a chance to go through all this. It is an amazing experience for me.

    I must say that the instructors of the National Guard are extraordinary, they accepted us great, they work hard with us and we are using every moment to learn something and they use every moment to explain or show something to us. Of course, the key to our success was the knowledge of the English language. "

    The most interesting part of the story of this unit AF BiH and their training in Maryland is just its members self. For the first time in the history of military training Maryland National Guard, infantry training passed one woman, a member of the AF BiH. Soldier Ajla Jusic is a member of the first Battalion 5th Brigade. Her colleagues have only words most sincere compliments and they are very proud of her because she has successfully executed all the tasks. From these soldiers, collegial stories felt the closeness of this team, which is 'main culprit' their motivation for the success of this training.

    Soldier Ajla Jusic, member of AF BiH:

    "When I arrived at the training no one knew what exactly I'm doing in training, we were confused. When I said that I'm in the infantry, I'm here to do training with them, they looked at me strangely, after that during training I often caught them looking at me, tam I on my way, am I doing what they're doing and they asked me am I ok, do I feel well, can I do it ..... and after some time, when they saw that it all goes smoothly they stopped to ask, to spin, to keep track of what I'm doing, which is a very positive thing for a woman who can compete with them in the shooting, running, throughout the training.

    All commands, orders, procedures that we do here and in the battalion in Zenica are either the same or very similar, ranging from physical exercise - in the same way to perform all of the procedures to other forms of training. The great advantage members of the Maryland National Guard in relation to us is that they are much better equipped, such as training in the forests because they have all the equipment that tracks their training requirements. In other segments the differences are very small and therefore we can easily be customized to their requirements.

    My motivation lies in my team. If all my colleagues can perform something, for me the rule is "what theycan do - I have to do the same," so they motivate me to succeed in all of our challenges, they are my biggest support here. In addition, when I see that our colleagues from the National Guard regarding full respect for my every endeavor and they reward and praise me for that what I do, it motivates me to continue."

    Except from military trainining, English language is also very important factor of integration. During prepairing themselves for the arrival in Maryland all members have completed an additional English language education, which is indicated by the fact that the wholw group has successfully passed the tests of English.

    This joint military training will be remembered for its exceptional motivation of all members who have participated in it, in it's successful finale, according to the newly soldiers of the AF BiH who are first time confronted with this form of military training in a foreign environment, with new colleagues, and the new, different military equipments and weapons, which acquired new forms of military experience – precisely, their trainings and experiences and their successes are critically important for perspective and for the reputation of the Armed Forces BiH.




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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Mer 8 Jan 2014 - 15:37

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    Missions de l’ONU : la Bosnie-Herzégovine va envoyer des soldats au Mali  

    L’armée de Bosnie-Herzégovine participera début 2014 à la mission de paix des Nations Unies au Mali. Les militaires bosniens sont déjà présents en Afghanistan et en République démocratique du Congo.


    Par Rodolfo Toè

    « Nous avons décidé de participer à la mission de paix des Nations Unies au Mali », a déclaré le ministre de la Défense de Bosnie-Herzégovine, Zekerijah Osmić, lors de la traditionnelle conférence de presse de fin année, le 30 décembre dernier. « Nos premiers hommes partiront début 2014, une fois la préparation nécessaire terminée. L’ordre de déploiement officiel sera donné par le ministre de la Défense, après avoir obtenu l’aval de la Présidence de Bosnie-Herzégovine ».



    Selon Anto Jeleč, le chef de l’Armée bosnienne, « la participation de l’armée à ces missions de paix démontre à la communauté internationale que la Bosnie-Herzégovine est un partenaire fiable et que le pays contribue au maintien de la sécurité internationale. Notre pays à bonne réputation, notamment grâce à notre participation à ces missions ».

    L’armée bosnienne, déployée dans les deux entités, en Republika Srpska et en Fédération, compte quelques 9.000 militaires professionnels. Son budget est de 291 millions de km (environ 145 millions d’euros), soit 1,13% du PIB bosnien. La mission au Mali ne sera pas la première de l’armée bosnienne, également présente en Afghanistan et en République démocratique du Congo. Cinquante-huit militaires y sont déployés (53 en Afghanistan et 5 en République démocratique du Congo).

    A ces militaires, il faut ajouter 35 officiers de police qui participent à une mission internationale au Soudan du Sud. Ces effectifs seront bientôt portés à 58 hommes, afin de protéger les populations civiles. Cette opération au Sud Soudan sera donc la plus importante participation à une opération de maintien de la paix sous le contrôle des Nations Unies de l’histoire de la Bosnie-Herzégovine.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Mar 9 Juin 2015 - 16:56

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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Ven 9 Oct 2015 - 17:00

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    MessageSujet: Re: Forces armées de Bosnie et d'Herzégovine   Lun 8 Aoû 2016 - 12:19

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    Russia to Train Bosnian Serb Special Police

    Special units of the police of Republika Srpska will be trained in Russia from where the government of the entity is keen to buy military equipment, the Ministry of Interior said.
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    Dragan Lukac, Interior Minister of Republika Srpska, the Serb-dominated entity of Bosnia, said the entity government will soon send its special police units for training in Russia and is also keen to buy military equipment from Moscow.
    "It's a really important opportunity to train the special units of our police with Russian units, which are known and respected all over the world," Lukac told the Banja Luka-based newspaper Nezavisne Novine on Friday.
    He added that working with the Russian police would be of great importance, especially in terms of dealing with terrorism, Nezavisne Novine reported.
    Details of the cooperation between the two police forces were included in a protocol signed last year in Moscow by the Russian and RS Ministries of Interior, Lukac explained.
    According to Lukac, cooperation with the Russian police should also concern exchanges of information in the fight against narcotics and human trafficking.
    The RS police units will also get specific trainings on investigation techniques and forensic analysis.
    Lukac explained also that the authorities in RS are interested in buying military equipment from Russia, including armored vehicles equipped with water cannons and Kalashnikov rifles, which are commonly used by police in the region, he noted.
    According to Milos Solaja, professor of Political Sciences of Banja Luka and an expert in international relations, closer cooperation between the police of Republika Srpska and Russia is not surprising.
    "Russia is trying to consolidate its presence in the international scene, not only in the Balkans but in other regions as well," Solaja told BIRN on Friday.
    "There is no doubt that Moscow is interested in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in Republika Srpska, for at least three reasons: first, the country is still not in NATO, so this situation gives Moscow more freedom when it has to deal with us, " Solaja said.
    "Second, there are common characteristics between Russia and RS - their residents are Slavs, orthodox, and have a common Socialist past; finally, Russia has some commercial interests in this entity, like the refineries in Brod and Modrica," he said.




    - See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/republika-srpska-police-to-get-trained-in-russia-02-19-2016#sthash.GmPH85iN.dpuf




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