Military ranks of Montenegro

The Military ranks of Montenegro are the military insignia used by the Armed Forces of Montenegro.

Officers

The rank insignia for commissioned officers for the army, navy and air force respectively.

NATO code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) Student officer
Montenegro Montenegro
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No equivalent 19-Montenegro Army-GEN.svg 18-Montenegro Army-LG.svg 17-Montenegro Army-MG.svg 16-Montenegro Army-BG.svg 15-Montenegro Army-COL.svg 14-Montenegro Army-LTC.svg 13-Montenegro Army-MAJ.svg 12-Montenegro Army-CPT.svg 11-Montenegro Army-1LT.svg 10-Montenegro Army-2LT.svg No equivalent
General Pukovnik General Potpukovnik General Major Brigadir General Pukovnik Potpukovnik Major Kapetan Poručnik Potporučnik
Montenegro Montenegro
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No equivalent 19-Montenegro Navy-ADM.svg 18-Montenegro Navy-VADM.svg 17-Montenegro Navy-RADM.svg 16-Montenegro Navy-CDRE.svg 15-Montenegro Navy-CAPT.svg 14-Montenegro Navy-CDR.svg 13-Montenegro Navy-LCDR.svg 12-Montenegro Navy-LT.svg 11-Montenegro Navy-LTJG.svg 10-Montenegro Navy-ENS.svg No equivalent
Admiral Viceadmiral Kontraadmiral Komodor Kapetan bojnog broda Kapetan fregate Kapetan korvete Poručnik bojnog broda Poručnik fregate Poručnik korvete
Montenegro Montenegro
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No equivalent 19-Montenegro Air Force-GEN.svg 18-Montenegro Air Force-LG.svg 17-Montenegro Air Force-MG.svg 16-Montenegro Air Force-BG.svg 15-Montenegro Air Force-COL.svg 14-Montenegro Air Force-LTC.svg 13-Montenegro Air Force-MAJ.svg 12-Montenegro Air Force-CPT.svg 11-Montenegro Air Force-1LT.svg 10-Montenegro Air Force-2LT.svg No equivalent
General Pukovnik General Potpukovnik General Major Brigardir General Pukovnik Potpukovnik Major Kapetan Poručnik Potporučnik
NATO code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) Student officer

Enlisted

The rank insignia for enlisted personnel for the army, navy and air force respectively.

NATO Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-3 OR-2 OR-1
Montenegro Montenegro
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09-Montenegro Army-CWO.svg 08-Montenegro Army-WO.svg 07-Montenegro Army-SSFC.svg 06-Montenegro Army-SSG.svg 05-Montenegro Army-SFC.svg 04-Montenegro Army-SGT.svg 03-Montenegro Army-JSG.svg 02-Montenegro Army-CPL.svg 01-Montenegro Army-LCP.svg No equivalent
Zastavnik 1 Klase Zastavnik Stariji Vodnik 1 Klase Stariji Vodnik Vodnik 1 Klase Vodnik Mlađi Vodnik Desetar Razvodnik
Montenegro Montenegro
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09-Montenegro Navy-CWO.svg 08-Montenegro Navy-WO.svg 07-Montenegro Navy-SSFC.svg 06-Montenegro Navy-SSG.svg 05-Montenegro Navy-SFC.svg 04-Montenegro Navy-SGT.svg 03-Montenegro Navy-JSG.svg 02-Montenegro Navy-CPL.svg 01-Montenegro Navy-LCP.svg No equivalent
Zastavnik 1 Klase Zastavnik Stariji Vodnik 1 Klase Stariji Vodnik Vodnik 1 Klase Vodnik Mlađi Vodnik Desetar Razvodnik
Montenegro Montenegro
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09-Montenegro Air Force-CWO.svg 08-Montenegro Air Force-WO.svg 07-Montenegro Air Force-SSFC.svg 06-Montenegro Air Force-SSG.svg 05-Montenegro Air Force-SFC.svg 04-Montenegro Air Force-SGT.svg 03-Montenegro Air Force-JSG.svg 02-Montenegro Air Force-CPL.svg 01-Montenegro Air Force-LCP.svg No equivalent
Zastavnik 1 Klase Zastavnik Stariji Vodnik 1 Klase Stariji Vodnik Vodnik 1 Klase Vodnik Mlađi Vodnik Desetar Razvodnik
NATO Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-3 OR-2 OR-1

References

Armed Forces of Montenegro

The Armed Forces of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Vojska Crne Gore) consists of an army, navy and air force. The military is a standing army.

The military currently maintains a force of 1,950 active duty members, this number has been increased to 2,368 through 2019. The bulk of its equipment and forces were inherited from the Armed Forces of Serbia and Montenegro; as Montenegro contained the entire coastline of the former union, it retained the entire naval force.

In June 2017, Montenegro joined NATO as the twenty-ninth member.

Outline of Montenegro

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Montenegro:

Montenegro – sovereign country located on the Balkan Peninsula in Southern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south and borders Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia and Kosovo to the northeast, Albania to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Podgorica, while Cetinje is designated as the Prijestonica (meaning the old royal capital or former seat of the throne).

The thousand-year history of the Montenegrin state begins in the 9th century with the emergence of Duklja, a vassal state of Byzantium. In those formative years, Duklja was ruled by the Vojislavljevic dynasty. In 1042, at the end of his 25-year rule, King Vojislav won a decisive battle near Bar against Byzantium, and Duklja became independent. Duklja's power and prosperity reached their zenith under King Vojislav's son, King Mihailo (1046–81), and his son King Bodin (1081–1101). From the 11th century, it started to be referred to as Zeta. It ended with its incorporation into Raska, and beginning with the Crnojevic dynasty, Zeta was more often referred to as Crna Gora or by the Venetian term monte negro. A sovereign principality since the Late Middle Ages, Montenegro saw its independence from the Ottoman Empire formally recognized in 1878. From 1918, it was a part of various incarnations of Yugoslavia. On the basis of a referendum held on 21 May 2006, Montenegro declared independence on 3 June. On 28 June 2006, it became the 192nd member state of the United Nations, and on 11 May 2007 the 47th member state of the Council of Europe. On 15 December 2008, Montenegro presented its official application to the European Union, with the hopes of gaining EU candidate status by 2009.

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