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Kingdom of Cambodia Reacheanachak Kampuchea (Preahreacheanachakr Kampuchea)

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Army 75,000 personnel. 6 Military Regions (incl 1 special zone for capital)

 

ROYAL CAMBODIAN ARMY AIR DEFENCE UNITS

 

Forces by Role & Equipment by Type

 

Royal Cambodian Army Air Defence Systems

AD • some bn AD 

 

• SAM MISSILE

1 S-125M/SA-3B SAM system (36 5V27/SA-3B Goa Missiles; 1980 delivered from Soviet Union)

 

Portable SAM

50 FN-6 Portable SAM (2009 delivered from China)

50 HN-5 Portable SAM (1988 delivered from China)                  

233 Strela-2/SA-7 Grail  Portable SAM (1987-1988 delivered from Soviet Union)

 

• GUNS

TOWED

14.5mm ZPU-1/ZPU-2/ZPU-4;

37mm M-1939;

57mm S-60

 

8 KS-19 100mm AA gun (1967 delivered from Soviet Union; Second-hand; aid)

 

• LAND RADAR

2 SON-9/Fire Can Fire control radar (1967 delivered from Soviet Union. Second-hand; for use with 8 KS-19 100mm AA guns)           

 

• FACILITIES

  Royal Cambodian Army Staff Heaquarters: HQ Located at Phnom Penh.     

 

The forces are deployed as required across the country and in operations, with bases as follows:

Region One: Headquarters are in Stung Treng and the region covers the provinces of Stung Treng, Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri.

Region Two: Headquarters are in Kampong Cham and the region covers the provinces of Kampong Cham, Prey Veng, Svay Rieng and Kampong Thom.

Region Three: Headquarters are in Kampong Speu and the region covers the provinces of Kampong Speu, Takιo, Kampot, Preah Sihanouk, Koh Kong and the municipality of Kep.

Region Four: Headquarters are in Siem Reap and the region covers the provinces of Siem Reap, Oddar Meanchey and Preah Vihear.

Region Five: Headquarters are in Battambang and the region covers the provinces of Battambang, Pursat, Banteay Meanchey and the municipality of Pailin.

Special Region: Headquarters are in the capital, Phnom Penh and the region covers the provinces of Kampong Chhnang, Kandal and the greater municipality of Phnom Penh.

 

Royal Cambodian Army Organisations by Service Notes:

Army 75,000

Forces by Role (Current order of battle):

6 Military Regions (incl 1 special zone for capital)

Armd 3 bn, Recce some indep bn; Inf 22 div (established str 3,500; actual; str uner 1,500); 3 indep bde; 9 indep; regt, AB/SF 1 regt, Arty some bn, Protection 1 bde (4 bn), Engr construction 1 regt, Fd engr 3 regt, AD some bn

Royal Cambodian Army - Inventory Equipment by Type Notes:
MBT 150+: 50 Type-59; 100+ T-54/T-55  LT TK 20+: Type-62; 20 Type-63

RECCE BRDM-2  AIFV 70 BMP-1  APC 190+ APC (T) M-113  APC (W) 190: 160 BTR-60/BTR-152; 30 OT-64

ARTY 428+ TOWED 400+ 76mm ZIS-3 M-1942/122mm D-30 /122mm M-30 M-1938 /130mm Type-59-I MRL 28+: 107mm Type-63; 122mm 8 BM-21; 132mm BM- 13-16 (BM-13); 140mm 20 BM-14-16 (BM-14) MOR 82mm M-37; 120mm M-43; 160mm M-160

AT • RCL 82mm B-10; 107mm B-11

Missiles: 200 Red Arrow-73 Anti-tank missile (1978 delivered from China)      

100 9M14M/AT-3 Sagger Anti-tank missile  (1989 delivered from Soviet Union. For BMP-1 IFV)

 

Navy Forces by Role (Current order of battle):

Navy 2,800 (incl. 1,500 Naval Infantry)

Inventory Equipment by Type Notes:

Patrol and Coastal Combatants 11: PFC 2 Stenka PCR 2 Kaoh Chhlam PB 7: 4 (PRC 46m); 3 (PRC 20m)

Facilities Bases Located at Phnom Penh (river), Ream (maritime)

Naval Infantry 1,500 Inf 7 bn, Arty 1 bn

 
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   Cambodia AF News:

China to train Cambodian army

• China to train Cambodian army  (25.1.2013)



 

 



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