Bangladesh Army Riverine Brigade & Tri-Shark Boats

Bangladesh Army formed a Riverine Brigade to enhance force’s operational capabilities in marshlands & rivers. Headquarter of this brigade has been established in Mithamain Upazilla of Kishoreganj district.

BD Army has bought 142 Tri-Shark high speed-boats and several other vessels. Among them two landing craft tank, landing craft utility are local made. Another Type C Command vessel also being built in home for army.


Bangladesh Navy vs Myanmar Navy 2018 | UNBIASED Power Comparison

In this video we tried to show a comprehensive comparison between the Bangladesh Navy and Myanmar Navy.

WATCH Bangladesh Navy Officers Training Video [English]

Bangladesh Navy has a rigorous training program of its newly recruited officer cadets. New recruits must pass successfully through various phases of the training processes. It includes physical, mental, educational and extensive naval warfare regimes.

Bangladesh Naval Academy is the main training facility for our navy and main parts of the training has been conducted here. It is located in the entrance point of the River Karnaphuli, Chittagong.

Bangladesh Armed Forces in UN Peace Support Missions

Bangladesh participating in the United Nations Peace Support Operations since 1988. Along with the three Armed Forces of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Police also actively participating.

There are hundreds of such missions has been successfully completed. Currently almost 6000 soldiers & officers from Bangladesh Army, Navy and Air Force are deployed in 11 UNPKO in 5 countries.

Documentary on Bangladesh Boarder Guard Hospital

Border Guard Bangladesh runs a hospital for the force members and their families’ health services. In this specific documentary we will see how they gives their efforts to provide better health services to the respective peoples.

Bangladesh Navy Frigate BNS Somudra Avijan’s Visit to Malaysia and Philippines

Bangladesh Navy’s patrol frigate BNS Somudra Avijan visited Malaysian & Pilipino ports in a friendly gesture.

Myanmar MiliTary’s North Korean ballistic Missiles, Does It Pose A Threat To Bangladesh?

Myanmar army has 11 Hwasong-6 short-range tactical ballistic missiles in its inventory. They bought these weapons system from North Korea somewhere in 90s. Hwasong-6 is a derivative of the Soviet era Scud Short-Range Ballistic Missile (SRBM). Soviet Union sold those to the N. Korean regime in 80s and Pyongyang made their own variant.

Experts belief that as many as 1,000 Hwasong-6 were manufactured and almost half of them were exported to various countries worldwide. Burmese military junta bought 11 of them. These Hwasong-6 missiles won’t give burma a clean chit security but their military would get a sense of security. These missiles poses no greater threat but civilian casualty is a must concern for neighbors. Because rogue burmese military has been accused, even, for its own peoples killing.

World must take a notice of it and get rid of this menace of peace in the region. Myanmar military creating instability in the South Asian region. They’re incapable, rogue, drug smuggling, civilian killer military. They deserve punishment in all the way.