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Welcome to militaryland.net, an independent project based on more than two years of research. From the author of popular List of Ukrainian Volunteer units, the website is much more than just an info-graphic image. Each unit has its own page with unit’s history, warpath, uniforms and equipment.
The website is launching with following content:
- Up to date lists of volunteer and regular units of Armed Forces, National Guard, Border Guard, Volunteer Army, Volunteer Corps, independed formations and disbanded units
- Azov, Donbas, Kruk, Kulchytskyi units available in detail, rest will soon follow in the same fashion
I believe the launch content shows enough what our vision is. If you like what you see here, please spread the word, share it on social sites and feel free to contact us if you are interested in cooperation or you have any suggestion.
Dozens of websites around the internet are about military, yet none of them had the content I was looking for. I started searching on my own, collecting stuff and in the end, I’ve created this website.
Structure, equipment, warpath and history. We are not interested in general information, we care about the details.
More than just a list
Our website is not just a list of volunteer or regular units. Each unit has or will have soon its own page with details and not only that, equipment and battles will have their own page as well. We will bring you information about military drills, reformations and other military stuff related to our modules.
YPG, Peshmerga, Georgia … It will take some time to finish Ukraine module but I would like to expand the website, go beyond Ukraine. After all, Ukraine is not the only conflict I follow. If you like what you see here and want to write, collect and share information in same fashion, feel free to contact me.
For military fans
Our target audience are military fans with passion for details. What uniform unit wears, what insignia they have, what is the difference between T-64BV and T-64BM. That’s what you can find on our website or you soon will.
If you like what you read and see, please spread the word, let your friends know about militaryland.net!