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    Anonymous

    Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia And Hungary Forming the ‘Special Operations’ Air Force

    The Croatian defense ministry said on Tuesday that Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary and Bulgaria embarked on the establishment of joint special air force sponsored by NATO’s Special Operations Headquarters and the US.

    Read the full story here

    #348882

    Anonymous

    So countries with limited military budget, with no special forces that are worth mentioning are intending to create they own joint SAS? Good luck with that

    #348883

    Anonymous

    We’ll see how it plays out.

    #348884

    Anonymous

    @Kalrin possibly that is the reason why it is a joint cooperation? to make something out of little?

    #348885

    Anonymous

     It will take time to establish special forces to be on par with the best of the world regardless of the budget. But it’s a good initiative for these countries.

    #348886

    Anonymous

    @Kat Don’t take me wrong Kat i do not condemn this idea. I simply find it highly unrealistic. Especially if you take into consideration that those are countires that love to change their mind pretty often.

    #348887

    Anonymous

    This is good idea. 
    FB comments are “great” hahah

    #348872

    Anonymous

    Now that we have special airborne forces perhaps we can conquer the middle east and solve our dependency on foreign oil?

    #437880

    Anonymous

    Where’s Poland and Serbia in all this? They’ve got military forces too, right?

    #437887

    Anonymous

    @”Naive Art”

    Where’s Poland and Serbia in all this? They’ve got military forces too, right? 

    Serbia is not a NATO member. I believe they are allied with Russia??? Here is video of Poland taking part in a NATO exercise. “Exercise Anakonda, led by the Polish Armed Forces, is a large-scale military training exercise involving 24 NATO and partner countries. For more than 10 days, 31,000 troops, backed by large numbers of vehicles, aircraft and ships are training together. The aim is to exercise and test the interoperability of the Polish Armed Forces with other participating nations.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0KYezoyfaQ

    #437888

    Anonymous

    Thanks for the info!

    #437891

    Anonymous

    @Karpivna

    Serbia is not allied with Russia. Serbia is rather occupied by NATO and their spies, which explains why NATO members have diplomatic immunity.

    #437892

    Anonymous

    Montenegro is NATO member, while Serbia is not. As far as I know Russians call Serbs brothers. But young Russian generation doesn’t know much . They don’t know there are Slavs living in the Balkans. They don’t know about Belarusians either. Minsk is the only city of Belarus certain Russians know. Ukraine is known because the country is always in news in Russia.

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