46th Airmobile Brigade

Recent News

Website recap – November 2022

A look back on what happened on our site during the past month.

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Poltava’s paratroopers rebranded

Ukrainian command renames 46th AirAssault Brigade to Airmobile.

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Rotation of troops in September 2019

Most likely the last rotation of the year 2019 happened in Joint Forces Operation Zone. Soldiers of three Ukrainian brigades have been replaced by their colleagues.

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New insignias for AirAssault troops

Seven units of Air Assault Forces of Armed Forces of Ukraine received brand new insignias. The insignias respect historic and national military symbolism.

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Structure

1st Battalion

The first battalion of 46th AirAssault Brigade.

2nd Battalion

The second battalion of 46th AirAssault Brigade.

3rd Battalion

The third battalion of 46th AirAssault Brigade.

Tank Company

The tank company equipped with T-80BV tanks.

Artillery Group

Brigade artillery group equipped with 2S1 self-propelled artillery and BM-21 Grads.

Reconnaissance Company

The brigade’s scouts.

Anti-Aircraft Company

The company provides protection against danger from the air. It’s equipped with Shilka vehicles.

Support units

This includes all rear elements such as engineers, communication, medics, and material support unit.

Uniforms

MM-14

The camouflage was officially adopted as standard camouflage of Armed Forces of Ukraine in 2014. The semi-arid, with the addition of digital pattern, works well in Ukrainian nature.

Vehicles

Wolfhound

Type:

MRAP

| Amount:

10+

VAB

Type:

APC

| Amount:

20+

Husky TSV

Type:

LAV

| Amount:

15+

Losses

For Equipment losses, please visit dedicated page at:

Manpower losses since the Russian invasion of Crimea and Donbas (2014 - today)

Manpower losses since the Russian invasion of Ukraine (2022 - today)

Disclaimer: Manpower casualties data are based on publicly available sources and social media. They do not represent final or official amount of losses and are subject to change.