Myrotvorets Regiment

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May 2014 – today National Police Mechanized Infantry 300 men Kyiv Region Government

Myrotvorec regiment (Полк Миротворець) was a volunteer battalion of Ministry of Internal Affairs until 2015, when the unit was reformed into a regiment together with other units, namely Kyivschyna, Harpoon and Tornado. In 2017, it was reported that a significant part of the unit, mainly the volunteers, was laid off due to insufficient experience. The unit protects important facilities and ensures public order in Kyiv Region.

1st Company

The first company was formed from members of Myrotvorets battalion. The unit closely cooperated with Donbas battalion in 2014.

2nd Company “Kyivschyna”

One of the first volunteer battalions created in 2014. The unit’s tasks were to protect important facilities in Luhansk and Donbas region.

3rd Company “Harpoon”

Special force unit, formed in November 2014, was tasked with sabotage and reconnaissance behind enemy lines.

4th Company

Formed from members of disbanded Tornado company. The members had to undergo special training and requalification.

Multicam

Locally made Multicam uniform is a cheap and popular variant for soldiers in Ukraine. The camouflage is designed for usage in various environments.

Flecktarn

Locally made Flecktarn uniform is very popular among volunteers across Ukraine. It’s cheap and widely available. The pattern works well in the various environment.

TTsKO Urban

Soviet uniform wore mainly by Special Forces within Ministry of Internal Affairs such as Berkut and Kobra. After the revolution in 2014, the uniforms ended mostly in storage. Some volunteers still wear them but in small quantity.

 

No equipment.

Slavyansk

6 May 2014 – 14 June 2014

Militants captured governmental buildings in the city and Ukraine announced ATO operation. The battle of Slavyansk was first major military engagement in this conflict.

Popasna

18 July 2014 – 22 June 2014

On July 8, 2014, the Pro-Russian forces captured the town and set up checkpoints on its outskirts. Ukrainian side responded with force and liberated the town.

Illovaisk

6th August 2014 – 3rd September 2014

An initially successful large-scale operation to liberate strategically important train crossroad ceased when Russian regular forces crossed the border into Ukraine and encircled Ukrainian forces there.

Manpower
One soldier died during an assault on Slavyansk. The unit lost 10 soldiers during the battle of Illovaysk, one died near Horlivka and one during a skirmish near Lisichansk.
Equipment
There are no reports of losses of equipment for this unit.