1st Assault Company (1-ша ОШР ДУК ПС) is the most trained and equipped unit of Volunteer Corps. The unit was originally part of the 5th battalion, which in 2015 left the structure of Right Sector and joined Ukrainian Volunteer Army. The 1st company was deployed to combat zone since 2014 and fought alongside regular army units in many battles. The unit relies on donations and private funding. It’s one of the few volunteer units that still serve on the frontline.
Ukrainian Volunteer Corps, the military wing of the Right Sector declared mobilization today.
Despite Ukrainian officials said numerous times that Ukrainian volunteers had been withdrawn from the combat area, Ukrainian Volunteer Corps (DUK) units remain in Donbas.
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.
A page of 1st Assault Company of Ukrainian Volunteer Corps joins our site. The page contains the unit’s uniforms, warpath, casualties, photos and more.
We apologize, but the structure of this unit is unknown.
Predator is a camouflage made by Ukrainian company Combat spn. Apart from a few volunteer units, the camouflage didn’t gain much popularity in the conflict.
A popular uniform among volunteers on both sides of the conflict in Donbas. Ukrainians later replaced uniforms by more advanced but some volunteer units still use them.
Locally made Multicam uniform is a cheap and popular variant for soldiers in Ukraine. The camouflage is designed for usage in various environments.
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.
There is no information available about the equipment of this unit.
23 May 2014 – 23 July 2014
Armed forces of Ukraine in cooperation with volunteer battalions Pro-Russian forces had to retreat as Ukrainian military formations bypassed Karlivka and encirclement was possible.
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.
5 June 2014 – 29 August 2014
A strategically important hill that overlooks a large portion of the nearby area was captured by separatist forces but later liberated. Ukrainian forces were forced to retreat on 29th of August.
21 July 2014 – today
The operation to de-block Donetsk Airport and clear the outskirts of Donetsk has started on 21st of July. The contact line was changing almost daily until the Minsk-2 agreement.
26 May 2014 – 22 January 2015
Ukrainian Forces gained full control over the airport on May 27, 2014 and held it until January 22, 2015, when the main building collapsed.
21 August 2014 – 27 August 2017
The town was liberated in summer without any resistance but since August 21, separatist forces unsuccessfully tried to capture the town.
Through the war, the unit lost five soldiers in Pisky, three in Starohnativka, five in Avdiivka and one in each following settlements: Bilogorodka, Bila Kamianka, Orly, Butovka Mine, Luhanske and Zaitsevo. The unit lost 19 soldiers in total but this number might be higher, volunteer casualties from non-governmental formations are not properly recorded.
- Belarussia – Members of Tactical Group Belarus serves in this unit
- Georgia – Citizens of Georgia serve in this unit
- Chechnya – Some soldiers of this unit are from Chechnya