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Montenegrin Army

Montenegrin Ground Army

Emblem of the Montenegrin Ground Army
Active 1879-1918
Country Montenegro
Branch Ground Army
Role Defending Montenegrin territory
Commander Colonel Dragutin Dakić

Montenegrin Ground Army is the primary component of Military of Montenegro.

Montenegrin Army

The fundamental role and purpose of the Montenegrin Army is to protect vital national interests of Montenegro and defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the state.


Infantry weapons

Weapon Cartridge Country Manufactured Notes Picture
Glock 17 [1] 9x19mm  Austria
Zastava CZ 99 9x19mm  Yugoslavia/ Serbia
Assault Rifles
Zastava M70 7.62x39mm  Yugoslavia/ Serbia
H&K G36 5.56x45mm NATO  Germany
Submachine guns
H&K MP5 9x19mm Parabellum  Germany
Sniper Rifles
Zastava M76 7.92x57mm  Yugoslavia/ Serbia
Zastava M91 7.62x54mmR  FR Yugoslavia/ Serbia
Zastava M93 Black Arrow 12.7x108mm  FR Yugoslavia/ Serbia
Machine Guns
Zastava M72 7.62x39mm  Yugoslavia/ Serbia
Zastava M84 7.62x54mmR  Yugoslavia/ Serbia
M79 "Oso" 90mm rocket  Yugoslavia 250+
M80 "Zolja" 64mm rocket  Yugoslavia/ Serbia 165+




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