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Serbian 72nd Special Operations Brigade Demo

Serbian 73nd SpecOps Bde Kornet-EM anti-armour team with BOV M16 MILOŠ APC [© Serbian MoD]

On Monday [3rd] the President of the Republic of Serbia attended a demonstration of the capabilities of the 72nd Special Operations Brigade.

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News Release, Belgrade, 03 January 2022: The President of the Republic and Supreme Commander of the Serbian Armed Forces Aleksandar Vučić has attended the demonstration of capabilities of part of the 72nd Special Operations Brigade at the Rastko Nemanjić barracks in Pančevo. The President was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Nebojsa Stefanović, PhD, and the Chief of the Serbian Armed Forces General Staff, General Milan Mojsilović.

President of the Republic and Supreme Commander of the Serbian Armed Forces Aleksandar Vučić being briefed on Kornet-EM ATGW [© Serbian MoD]

After receiving a report in front of the Ceremonial Guard, President Vučić, accompanied by Minister Stefanović and General Mojsilović, attended the presentation of the Kornet-EM anti-tank missile system and the demonstration of capabilities of the 72nd Special Operations Brigade.

Following the demonstration, President Vučić wished the participants and their families a happy New Year. “I hope you continue to work hard, train hard, love your country as you always have, and fight. And as far as equipment and salary are concerned, we will strive to improve them month by month, year by year, and you should make every effort to keep up with the best special forces from all over the world. Learn from everyone, and protect what is yours. And once again, thank you for everything you do, thank you very much for your love of Serbia. Once again I wish you and your families all the best. Thank you. Long live Serbia!” said President Vučić.

  • During the demonstration of capabilities, a part of the unit showed its counter-terrorism skills in cooperation with the Air Force and Air Defence helicopter unit.
  • The 72nd Special Operations Brigade’s reconnaissance and counter-terrorism units demonstrated their skills, the use of the Kornet anti-tank system was simulated, and the use of service dogs was shown.
  • On this occasion, [BOV M16] MILOŠ and HAMER (Hummer) combat vehicles, H-145M helicopter, UAV systems, remote-controlled Little Miloš unmanned platform and Kornet anti-tank missile system were used during the demonstration of capabilities.
  • The Kornet-EМ anti-tank missile system that the 72nd Special Operations Brigade is equipped with, is intended for the destruction of armoured targets, targets with explosive reactive armour, and fortifications by day or by night.
  • The Kornet anti-tank missile system set consists of a launcher with a tripod, a sighting device, an anti-tank guided missile, tools and accessories. The anti-tank missile has a range of 150 to 8000m. It has a thermal imaging sight and can penetrate 1100-1300 mm of armour. The system can operate at temperatures between -20º and + 60º degrees Celsius.
[© Serbian MoD]

Source: Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia

[images and video © Serbian MoD]

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