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1.1.2012 •Observing international disarmament documents, the Czech Republic provides hereinafter numbers of major armaments and combat equipment as of 1 January 2012.

Czech military in 2012

18.12.2011 •The end of year becomes traditionally time for expressing thanks for good work of soldiers, civilian employees of the military, foreign military attachés and for meetings with war veterans.

Military observers at the General Staff

11.12.2011 •The Protocol, signed during the recent visit of President of the Russian Federation in Prague, will enable LOM Prague company provide repairs and upgrading of not only Russian helicopters kept by the Czech military but also of NATO and other countries.

The Czech-Russian Protocol enables Czechs to expand in upgrading of Russian-made helicopters

4.12.2011 •A complex military training of upcoming 9th Czech Provincial Reconstruction Team, which will serve in the Afghan Province of Logar from February 2012, starts at the Czech Military Training Area at Hradiste.

Personnel of new PRT Logar train at Hradiste

27.11.2011 •President of the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers Captain Jon Erling Tenvik meets with Czech Defence Minister Alexandr Vondra and First Deputy Chief of the General Staff General Miroslav Zizka to discuss further cooperation.

Czech military to co-organise CIOR Congress

20.11.2011 •Drivers of the 25th Air Defence Missile Brigade, based at Strakonice, mastered their skills with combat and support vehicles of the unit at the Military Training Area at Boletice, South Bohemia, this week.

Driving for excellence at a missile brigade

13.11.2011 •Since 2001, the Czech Republic has celebrated the veterans and remembered all fallen soldiers in wars and conflicts, when it joined the civilised world in observing the Veterans Day on 11 November.

Exhibition outside the General Staff building

6.11.2011 •The last eighteen members of the 2nd ACR Task Force at KFOR who served from this June at the Sajkovac Base in northeastern part of Kosovo arrived in Prague - Kbely military airport on the 3rd November.

For the Czech military the KFOR mission is over

30.10.2011 •On the national holiday, 28 October, President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus attended the military oath ceremony held at the Prague Castle Square accompanied by Minister of Defence Alexandr Vondra, Chief of the General Staff General Vlastimil Picek and other official guests.

Five hundred new soldiers take oath on the national holiday

23.10.2011 •Monitoring the radiation level is a daily task of the 314th Weapons of Mass Destruction Warning Centre located at Hostivice-Brve west of Prague. Personnel of the Centre welcome delegation of Azerbaijan Armed Forces headed by Colonel Hijran Rustamzade.

Delegation from Azerbaijan at the Centre

16.10.2011 •New orders for Czech industry reaching 5.905 billion Czech Crowns brought an industrial cooperation programme. The agreement for its implementation was part of the contract for supply of wheeled armoured carriers Pandur for the Czech military.

Offset programme for Pandur helps the Czech industry

9.10.2011 •"Even though I know your deployment here is coming to the end I must ask you to participate in a joint security operation in Kuz Jandjay village," says Lieutenant Colonel Muhamad Nadir, commander of the 6th Kandak, Afghan National Army, and continues with explanation of the operation to commanders of the Czech 2nd Unit of the Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team serving in Afghan Province of Wardak.

The last 2 OMLT operation in Afghanistan

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