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|May 2014 – today||National Police||Mechanized Infantry||70 men||Ternopil||Government|
Ternopil Company (Рота Тернопіль) was formed by volunteers from Maidan, former servicemen and residents of the region, originally as a battalion. The first deployment of the unit was in Kharkiv, later the soldiers protected public order near Pervomaysk and Popasna. The unit was never sent directly to the frontline. In 2016, the battalion was reformed into a company and integrated into National Police.
Most likely two or three companies of 20 soldiers but there is no official info on this topic.
Airman Battle Uniform (ABU) is the predecessor of BDU. It is likely a locally made and not really common in Ukraine. Works decently in nature environment but is several years behind the current standard.
Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP) is a digital camouflage and not commonly used in Ukraine. The pattern performs well in the urban environment but the general performance was many times questioned.
Locally made Multicam uniform is a cheap and popular variant for soldiers in Ukraine. The camouflage is designed for usage in various environments.
Unofficially known as M81, the Woodland was default US camouflage pattern in the ’90s and later in other states as well. Ukraine used the uniforms for reserve forces of Ukrainian AirForce in 2000s, it was most likely brought from storage for the volunteers.
One BTR-60PB was spotted during a ceremony of Ternopil company, but it’s unknown if it belongs to the unit.
The unit was not deployed to the frontline.
There are no reports of losses for this unit.
There are no reports of losses of equipment for this unit.