Hollantilainen Sotilaspinssi Messinki, kultainen/messinkinen, ruuvattava tappikiinnitys, kiiltävä messinkinen väri, hyväkuntoista ylijäämää
Hollantilainen Sotilaspinssi Messinki
Perinteinen hollantilainensotilasmerkki, jossa asevoimien tunnus “NULLI CEDO”, kilpi ja heraldinen miekka. Kahden tapin kiinnitys ja kierrettävät lukot!
Brief History of Royal Armed Forces of The Netherlands
The Royal Netherlands Army (Dutch: Koninklijke Landmacht) is the land forces element of the military of the Netherlands.
Though the Royal Netherlands Army was raised on 9 January 1814, its origins date back to 1572, when the Staatse Leger was raised — making the Dutch standing army one of the oldest in the world. It fought in the Napoleonic Wars, World War II, the Indonesian War of Independence, and the Korean War and served with NATO on the Cold War frontiers in Germany from the 1950s to the 1990s.
Since 1990, the army has been sent into the Iraqi War (from 2003) and into the War in Afghanistan, as well as deployed in several United Nations’ peacekeeping missions (notably with UNIFIL in Lebanon and UNPROFOR in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1992–1995).
Two of the three brigades of the present Dutch Army are now under German command. In 2014, the 11th Airmobile Brigade was integrated into the Rapid Forces Division (Division Schnelle Kräfte); the 43rd Mechanized Brigade began integration into the 1st Panzer Division (1. Panzerdivision) in 2016, with the intention that it be fully part of the German formation by the end of 2019. This Dutch-German military co-operation is seen as a harbinger of a European defensive union.