35th Marine Brigade

Recent News

Ukrainian reinforcements heading to Donbas

Long awaited rotation of Ukrainian units in Donbas is finally under way.

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Operation Report 2019 – Week #44

Operation Report is a summary of what happened in Joint Forces Operation Zone (previously known as Anti-Terrorist Operation zone or ATO) during the last week.

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35th Marine Corps Brigade withdraws from Donbas

The brigade serves its time in Donbas and returns back to their base in Dachne, Odesa Region. Mountain Brigade replaces them near Mariupol.

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Operation Report 2019 – Week #25

Operation reports are summary of what happened in Joint forces operation zone (previously known as Anti-Terrorist Operation zone or ATO) during the last week. 

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Operation Report 2019 – Week #19

Operation reports are summary of what happened in Joint forces operation zone (previously known as Anti-Terrorist Operation zone or ATO) during the last week. 

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Structure

18th Separate Marine Battalion

Created in 2014 as 18th Territorial Defense Battalion and assigned to 35th in 2018.

88th Separate AirAssault Battalion

Formed in 2012, the 88th is the only Air Assault unit of Ukrainian Marines.

137th Separate Marine Battalion

Formed in 2015 to protect Zmiinyi Island and nearby area. In 2018, 35th Brigade was formed on the basis of the battalion.

Tank Company

The tank company of the brigade.

Reconnaissance Company

The brigade’s scouts.

Artillery Group

Brigade artillery group.

Anti-Aircraft Company

The company provides protection against danger from the air.

Support units

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

Uniforms

All images of uniforms listed below are taken from the official social media page of the unit.
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

All images of equipment listed below are taken from the official social media page of the unit.

T-80BV

Type:

MBT

| Amount:

10

BMP-1

Type:

IFV

| Amount:

5+

MT-LB

Type:

APC

| Amount:

10+

Mastiff

Type:

MRAP

| Amount:

10+

BMC Kirpi

Type:

MRAP

| Amount:

20+

Kozak-2

Type:

MRAP

| Amount:

10+

Varta

Type:

LAV

| Amount:

3+

2S1 Gvozdika

Type:

Artillery

| Amount:

9K35 Strela-10

Type:

Anti-Aircraft

| Amount:

5+

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