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In July 1995, the Armed Forces of the Republika Srpska were under the command and control of the Commander-in-Chief, Radovan Karadzic. (...) The command structure of those brigades is set forth below:   A. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Engineer Platoon Military Police Platoon Intervention Platoon (Red Berets) B. 1st Zvornik Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Battalion 6th Infantry Battalion 7th Infantry Battalion 8th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Rear Battalion Mixed Artillery Battalion Armour-Mechanised Company Military Police Company Light Anti-Aircraft Company Engineering Company Podrinje Detachment (Drina Wolves) Signal Platoon Each brigade staff was headed by the Brigade Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander. (...) With respect to these brigade staffs, one significant difference pertains to the role of the security branch. In a light infantry brigade structure, the role of the Assistant Commander for Security Affairs and Intelligence is combined.
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Score: 1275886 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...in/ind/en/bor-annexA020906.htm
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When the armed conflict began in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he was appointed the Commander of the VRS forces in Visegrad, later to be named the 1st Visegrad Light Infantry Brigade. From 12 December 1992 through November 1996, he was the Commander of the 1st Zvornik Light Infantry Brigade (Zvornik Brigade). (...) We have, therefore, noted the command structure of those brigades below: A. 1st Zvornik Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Battalion 6th Infantry Battalion 7th Infantry Battalion 8th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Rear Battalion Mixed Artillery Battalion Armour-Mechanised Company Military Police Company Light Anti-Aircraft Company Engineering Company Podrinje Detachment (Drina Wolves) Signal Platoon B. 1st Milici Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Mortar Battery (120 mm) Light Anti-Aircraft Platoon Engineer Platoon Reconnaissance and Sabotage Company Logistics Company C. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Engineer Platoon Military Police Platoon Intervention Platoon (Red Berets) 14.12.
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Score: 1222217.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/p...rbic/ind/en/pan-1ai991027e.htm
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He later served on the Drina Corps Staff, and served for several months as the acting Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander of the Bratunac Brigade in 1993. In May 1995, he was appointed the Commander of the 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade (Bratunac Brigade). (...) It was the responsibility of the Commander of the Main Staff to issue regulations, orders and instructions regarding the implementation of documents by the Commander-in-Chief, and to discharge the command duties delegated to him by the Commander-in-Chief. (...) We have, therefore, noted the command structure of those brigades below: A. 1st Zvornik Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Battalion 6th Infantry Battalion 7th Infantry Battalion 8th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Rear Battalion Mixed Artillery Battalion Armour-Mechanised Company Military Police Company Light Anti-Aircraft Company Engineering Company Podrinje Detachment (Drina Wolves) Signal Platoon B. 1st Milici Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Mortar Battery (120 mm) Light Anti-Aircraft Platoon Engineer Platoon Reconnaissance and Sabotage Company Logistics Company C. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Engineer Platoon Military Police Platoon Intervention Platoon (Red Berets) 14.12.
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Score: 1217949 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b..._old/ind/fr/bla-1ai991027e.htm
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He later served on the Drina Corps Staff, and served for several months as the acting Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander of the Bratunac Brigade in 1993. In May 1995, he was appointed the Commander of the 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade (Bratunac Brigade). (...) It was the responsibility of the Commander of the Main Staff to issue regulations, orders and instructions regarding the implementation of documents by the Commander-in-Chief, and to discharge the command duties delegated to him by the Commander-in-Chief. (...) We have, therefore, noted the command structure of those brigades below: A. 1st Zvornik Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Battalion 6th Infantry Battalion 7th Infantry Battalion 8th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Rear Battalion Mixed Artillery Battalion Armour-Mechanised Company Military Police Company Light Anti-Aircraft Company Engineering Company Podrinje Detachment (Drina Wolves) Signal Platoon B. 1st Milici Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Mortar Battery (120 mm) Light Anti-Aircraft Platoon Engineer Platoon Reconnaissance and Sabotage Company Logistics Company C. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Engineer Platoon Military Police Platoon Intervention Platoon (Red Berets) 14.12.
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Score: 1217949 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b..._old/ind/en/bla-1ai991027e.htm
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On 13 July 1995, he assumed command of the Drina Corps. His assumption of command was publicly announced on 20 July 1995. (...) It was the responsibility of the Commander of the Main Staff to issue regulations, orders and instructions regarding the implementation of documents by the Commander-in-Chief, and to discharge the command duties delegated to him by the Commander-in-Chief. (...) We have, therefore, noted the command structure of those brigades below: A. 1st Zvornik Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Battalion 6th Infantry Battalion 7th Infantry Battalion 8th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Rear Battalion Mixed Artillery Battalion Armour-Mechanised Company Military Police Company Light Anti-Aircraft Company Engineering Company Podrinje Detachment (Drina Wolves) Signal Platoon B. 1st Milici Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Mortar Battery (120 mm) Light Anti-Aircraft Platoon Engineer Platoon Reconnaissance and Sabotage Company Logistics Company C. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Engineer Platoon Military Police Platoon Intervention Platoon (Red Berets) 14.12.
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Score: 1214980.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...stic/ind/en/krs-1ai991027e.pdf
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When the armed conflict began in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he was appointed the Commander of the VRS forces in Visegrad, later to be named the 1st Visegrad Light Infantry Brigade. From 12 December 1992 through November 1996, he was the Commander of the 1st Zvornik: Light Infantry Brigade (Zvornik Brigade). (...) The command structure of those brigades is set forth below: A. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Case No.
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Score: 1198746.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...Trbic_050210eng_indictment.pdf
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When the armed conflict began in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he was appointed the Commander of the VRS forces in Visegrad, later to be named the 1st Visegrad Light Infantry Brigade. From 12 December 1992 through November 1996, he was the Commander of the 1st Zvornik: Light Infantry Brigade (Zvornik Brigade). (...) The command structure of those brigades is set forth below: A. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Case No.
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Score: 1198746.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...Trbic_050303eng_indictment.pdf
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In this position, ZDRAVKO TOLIMIR was one of seven Assistant Commanders who reported directly to the Commander of the Main Staff, General Ratko Mladic. (...) The command structure of those brigades is set forth below: A. 1st Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Mixed Artillery Battery Engineer Platoon Military Police Platoon Intervention Platoon (Red Berets) B. 1st Zvornik Infantry Brigade Command Staff Subordinate Units 1st Infantry Battalion 2nd Infantry Battalion 3rd Infantry Battalion 4th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Battalion 6th Infantry Battalion 7th Infantry Battalion 8th Infantry Battalion Reserve Battalion Rear Battalion Mixed Artillery Battalion Armour-Mechanised Company Military Police Company Light Anti-Aircraft Company Engineering Company Podrinje Detachment (Drina Wolves) Signal Platoon Each brigade staff was headed by the Brigade Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander. (...) With respect to these brigade staffs, one significant difference pertains to the role of the security branch. In a light infantry brigade structure, the role of the Assistant Commander for Security Affairs and Intelligence is combined.
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Score: 1147878.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...limir/ind/en/tol-ii050210e.htm
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On 26 July 1991, Momir TALIC was posted (in the rank of Colonel) to the JNA 5th Corps in Banja Luka into the position of Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander of the Corps. He remained in this position until the 19 March 1992 and during his tenure as Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander was promoted to the rank of General Major. (...) Each of the five Corps within the VRS had a Corps commander and a command staff all of whom were subordinated to General MLADIC and the Main Staff of the VRS. 20. (...) Between May and December 1992, the strength of the 1st Krajina Corps increased considerably due to mobilisation and the integration of the former territorial defence units (renamed light brigades) into the Corps structure. By December 1992, the units that Momir TALIC commanded included the following: ● Corps Headquarters ● 16 Krajina Motorised Brigade ● 5 Kozara Light infantry Brigade ● 22 Light Infantry Brigade ● 6 Sanska Light Infantry Brigade ● 30 Light Infantry Division ● 10 Krajina Infantry Division (disbanded late 1992) ● 11 Dubica Light Infantry Brigade ● 11 Mrkonjic Light Infantry brigade ● 43 Motorised Brigade ● 27 Motorised Brigade ● 1 Banja Luka Light Infantry Brigade ● 2 Banja Luka Light Infantry Brigade ● 3 Banja Luka Light Infantry Brigade ● 4 Banja Luka Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Celinac Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Laktasi Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Srbac Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Sipovo Light Infantry Brigade ● 19 Donji Vakuf Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Gradiska Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Novigrad Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Prnjavor Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Kotor Varos Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Knezevo Light Infantry Brigade ● 2 Krajina Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Ozren Light Infantry Brigade ● 2 Ozren Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Trebiska Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Osinje Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Krnijn Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Vucjak Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Teslic Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 Doboj Light Infantry Brigade ● 1 and 2 Armoured Brigades ● 1 and 9 Mixed Artillery Regiments ● 1 Mixed Anti-Tank Artillery Regiment ● 1 Light Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment ● 89 Rocket Brigade ● 1 and 9 Engineer Regiment ● 1 Pontoon Battalion ● 1 and 9 Communications Battalion ● 1 and 9 Military Police Battalion ● 1 Transport Battalion ● 1 Medical Battalion ● Manjaca Training Facility and Detention Unit 22.
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Score: 1135296 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...anin/ind/en/brd-2ai100312e.pdf
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Personality and Safety Attitude Factors • Showed pattern of overconfidence about flying ability • Showed pattern of excess motivation to achieve mission • Exhibited anger/frustration on the job • "Hot Dogging" on mishap flight and/or exhibited stress- related "acting out" behavior • Was too assertive or non-assertive for the situation • Lacked confidence to perform tasks/mission(s) • Yielded to social pressure to perform in hazardous situation (from command or peers) Personality and Safety Attitude FactorsPersonality and Safety Attitude Factors Conditions leading to Poor Safety Attitude: • Habitual high risk taker (personality-driven with previous history) • Pattern of overconfidence (very high self-image) • Considered Marginal or High Risk Aviator (documented history of poor performance or flight violations) • Excessive self-motivation (did not know limits) • Poor command climate/safety culture 5. (...) Communications/Crew Coordination Factors • Inadequate mission plan/brief or preflight • Failed to communicate plan/intentions • Failed to use standard/accepted language • Misunderstood or unacknowledged communication • Inadequate crew challenges or crosscheck • Crewmember intentionally withheld vital safety data • Pilot in command failed to lead and/or delegate • Pilot in command failed to use all available resources • Interpersonal conflict/crew argument during flight Communications/Crew Coordination FactorsCommunications/Crew Coordination Factors • Conditions that can lead to Poor Communication/Coordination: • Inadequate training in communications/crew coordination. • Inadequate standard operating procedures for use of crew resources. • Weak support from command for aircrew coordination doctrine. • Aircrew/cockpit rank/experience gradient present • Command safety culture does not support a "crew concept". (...) Supervisory Factors • Inappropriate schedule/crew assignment • Failed to monitor crew rest/duty allowance • Failed to establish/monitor compliance with quality standards • Failed to provide/monitor crew training/qualifications • Failed to screen/remove known high-risk aviators • Intentionally violated or directed other(s) to violate a standard, rule or regulation • Failed to correctly assess or perceive actual mission risks, with respect to: – Environmental hazards/operating conditions – Mission tasking and aircrew skill level – Aircraft and equipment limitations Supervisory Factors Supervisory Factors • Conditions leading to Supervisory Failures: • Excess operations tempo/organizational workload • Poor command climate/safety culture, lax safety supervision. • Inadequate standards and/or low performance expectations. • Inadequate resources to support safe mission accomplishment. • Inadequate training of the mishap pilot or crew. • Commanders did not set a good example, or did set a bad example. • Supervisors did not provide adequate commitment or emphasis on safe operations. • Poor communications up/down command chain. • No system or weak system for management of high-risk aviators. • Weak processes or procedures for operational risk management. • Inadequate Aeromedical or Human Factors Training.
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Score: 1126744.8 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...013/AIG2013/ICAOAIG2013P05.pdf
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