Today, the Ukrainian marine units have actually reached the size of the corps, so now it remains only to unite them into one “creature”.
Marine Corps to be created in Ukraine. The Navy explained what weapons he would carry and what tasks he would perform.
about this said The Commander of the Navy of Ukraine is Vice Admiral Oleksii Neyshbaba.
“Building the Ukrainian Armed Forces is the need of the day. We are a maritime state, we have a very long coastline – more than 2,700 kilometers, of which 1,700 kilometers are maritime borders. Our entire coastline – rivers, coasts, bays, ports – needs protection. The rescue mission has been entrusted to the marines,” explained Neizhpapa.
According to him, today’s situation dictates the need for Ukraine to create a powerful “organism”, which should have a complete management system, a set of weapons and military equipment, suitable units to perform these tasks independently and in cooperation with others. Safety components.
Vice Admiral Oleksii Neyshbaba announced that the new Marine Corps had been armed. Floating Armored VehiclesAnd there will be mechanisms for providing these equipments Ship depot of the Navy of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
According to the commander of the Ukrainian Navy, Number of Marine Corps personnel Augmented by the creation of new regiments and other units – artillery, support and support.
“All these plans are being implemented now, we don’t have time to wait until the end of the war,” Vice Admiral Oleksii Neyshbaba added.
Marine Corps to be created in Ukraine: What is known
Major Missions of the Marine Corps Naval and air amphibious operations will include the capture of enemy-held bridgeheads, offensive warfare on the sea coast, as well as the defense of critical coastal facilities and areas of the coast, including naval bases and ports.
Currently, the structure of the Marine Corps includes:
- 35th Separate Marine Infantry Squadron named after Rear Admiral Mykhailo Ostrogradsky;
- 36th Separate Squadron of Marines named after Rear Admiral Mykhailo Pilinski;
- 503rd Separate Battalion of Marines;
- The 406th Separate Artillery Brigade was named after Major General Oleksiy Almazov;
- 32nd Rocket Artillery Regiment;
- 140th Separate Reconnaissance Battalion.
The 37th and 38th Marine Corps are also being built up.
Today, in terms of numbers and acquired capabilities, Ukrainian marine units have actually reached the size of the corps, so now it remains only to unite them into one “organism” to create the KMP.
After that, Marine Corps units will receive a command under which operations on the battlefield will be conducted. Now, marine units are temporarily subordinated to other commands on the ground to carry out combat operations.