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7th ACR Guard Company at Bagram Air Field (RSM)

The task of the 7th ACR Guard Company BAF (BAF – Bagram Air Field), ACR Task Force, on the allied Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan was to carry out security measures in the northern part of Bagram, Parwan Province, within joint operations with American partners. Their goal was to deflect hostile activities against the allied base.

The task was implemented by vehicles' and on-foot patrols with support of a tactical SclanEagle drone.

The 7th company size was 168 soldiers.

The core of the unit wass formed by personnel of the 73rd Tank Battalion based in Praslavice.

They were complemented by specialists from the following military units:

74th Light Motorised Battalion Bucovice
53rd Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare Regiment Opava
22nd Helicopter Air Base Sedlec
103rd CIMIC/PSYOPS Centre Olomouc
7th Mechanised Brigade Hranice
72nd Mechanised Battalion Praslavice

Captain Petr Vitek

Commander of the 7th ACR Guard Company BAF:

  • Captain Petr Vitek

The company's commander assumed his operational task on 9th October 2016 and the company served in Bagram till March 2017.

Previous units:


Last update: April 13, 2017