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Cessna 208B, EADS CASA C-295. The Bangladesh Army is the land warfare branch and the largest component of the Bangladesh Armed Forces. The primary mission of the Army is to provide necessary forces and capabilities to deliver the Bangladeshi government's security and defence strategies and defending the nation's territorial integrity against ...
The Bangladesh Armed Forces ( Bengali: বাংলাদেশ সশস্ত্র বাহিনী, romanized : Bangladesh Sashastra Bahinī) are the combined military forces of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. It consists of the three uniformed military services: the Bangladesh Army, the Bangladesh Navy and the Bangladesh Air Force ...
Designed by GB Marine. Specifications:- length: 65.70, breadth: 7 m, deadweight: 440 MT. The LCT is capable of carrying 1 helicopter, 9 tanks and 150 troops.   Type 074 class: BS Jahangir. LCT. 1. China. One Type 074 built by the People's Republic of China exists in the Bangladesh Army fleet.
BA-2496  General Sheikh Mohammad Shafiuddin Ahmed (born 1 December 1963)  is the four star general of the Bangladesh Army and the current Chief of Army Staff (CAS) of the Bangladesh Army since June 2021.   Prior to his appointment as CAS, he served as the Quartermaster general (QMG) of the Bangladesh Army as a Lieutenant General.
The list of agencies and departments under the Ministry of Defence of Bangladesh are given below: Defence Forces. Bangladesh Army; Bangladesh Navy; Bangladesh Air Force; Inter-Forces institutions. Directorate General of Medical Services (DGMS) National Defence College (NDC) Defence Services Command and Staff College (DSCSC)
Sergeants holds key appointments in companies, batteries (company equivalent of artillery), infantry battalions and artillery regiments, e.g. Company Quartermaster Sergeant (CQMS), Regimental Sergeant Major (RSM), persons holding these appointments have separate rank insignias though these are not actually ranks.  Other rank insignia. Army.
The only ordnance facility in Bangladesh is a rifle factory and small-arms ammunition plant near Dacca, built in the late 1960s with Chinese assistance. The facility was opened in 1970 and was operated by the Pakistani Army. ^ a b c "Bangladeş'in top mermilerinde Türk imzası" (in Turkish). Anadolu Agency. 24 June 2021.