Useful Notes: Bohemians With Bombers
The Army of the Czech Republic (Czech: Armáda České Republiky
) comprise the land forces, the Czech Air Force and support units. From the late 1940s to 1989, the extensive Czechoslovak Armed Forces (about 200,000) formed one of the pillars of the Warsaw Pact military alliance. After the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic is completing a major reorganization and reduction of the armed forces, which intensified after the Czech Republic joined NATO on 12 March 1999
- The military's standard assault rifle is the vz. 58, a selective fire gas-operated rifle, which, as of 2009, is being currently replaced with the CZ-805 BREN.
Main Battle Tanks
- T-72M4CZ: 30 Total
- T-72M1: 93 Total
Infantry Fighting Vehicles / Armored Personnel Carriers
- The BVP-1: 139 total
- The BVP-2: 174 total
- The BPzV: 76 total
- The OT-64 and OT-90: Being phased out, 5 of the former, 17 of the latter.
- The Pandur II: 107 total
The Czech Military in Fiction
- The popular Arma series is made by a Czech company aptly named Bohemia Interactive Studio. As a tribute to the men and women of their country's armed forces, and to their Czech fans, they included the Czech military in the second game's expansion pack Operation Arrowhead. Later they released a DLC titled "Army of the Czech Republic" that expanded on this even further, adding more Czech units and vehicles and giving them their own single-player campaign.
- A fan mod covers the army of Czechoslovakia.