Sicheslav Company

Active:

April 2014 – today

Submission:

National Police

Role:

Mechanized Infantry

Size:

120 men

Garrison:

Dnipro

Allegiance:

Opposition Bloc

Sicheslav Company (Рота Січеслав) was a volunteer battalion supported by numerous of Cossack organization from the Zaporozhia region of Ukraine. The training was very chaotic and the unit lacked food and equipment because the raised money through charity funds were stolen by the commander. Many volunteers left the battalion because of this and joined other volunteer units. A new commander, ex-Berkut officer, was appointed in 2015 and banned usage of the red-black flag as well as the chant “Glory to Ukraine.” The unit was reformed into a company and Sicheslav battalion de-facto ceased to exist. The original insignia, which is also visible on this page, is banned in the unit and most of the members are former police or Berkut officers.


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Sicheslav company available

Sicheslav company’s page has been added to our site. The page contains unit’s history, equipment, uniforms and warpath. Sicheslav company Sicheslav company is a volunteer unit established in 2014. Originally founded by Zaporozhia cossacks, the unit slowly turned into a unit with anti-ukrainian views. Read the full, interesting, story and more about the company on their […]

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Structure

In 2014, the battalion had five platoons which only two of them were combat ready. The current structure of the battalion is unknown.

Uniforms

 

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.

Multicam

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

Equipment

 

There is no information available about the equipment of this unit.

Warpath

 

Marinka

4 August 2014 – today

The town was liberated by Ukrainian forces in August 2014. Separatists launched an offensive in 2015 and captured more than a half of the town before Ukrainian reinforcements pushed them back to original positions.

Avdiivka

21 July 2014 – today

In July 2014, Ukrainian forces liberated Avdiivka. Separatist forces launched many unsuccessful attacks towards the city. Latest fighting is concentrated around nearby industry zone.

Casualties

 

Manpower

There are no reports of losses for this unit.

Equipment

There are no reports of losses of equipment for this unit.

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Losses

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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.