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The standing alert force will be reduced from 15, to 10, Reaction time is to be radically shortened so that part of the standing alert force can be deployed within hours to a crisis zone for example, one adjacent to the border with Slovenia. A task force ready for immediate deployment will be maintained by one of the mechanized brigades on a rotational basis.
Separate militia training companies to which all conscripts are assigned will be dismantled; in the future, conscripts will undergo basic training within their mobilization companies. Conscripts in the final stages of their training could supplement the standing forces by being poised for operational deployment at short notice. Promotion is not based solely on merit but on position attained, level of education, and seniority. Officers with advanced degrees for which study at the National Defence Academy qualifies can expect to attain grade VIII before reaching the retirement age of sixty to sixty-five.
Those with a baccalaureate degree can expect to reach grade VII colonel , and those without university training will retire as captains or majors. Career NCOs form part of the same comprehensive personnel structure. It is common for NCOs to transfer at some stage in their careers to civilian status at the equivalent grade, either in the Ministry for National Defence or in the police or prison services after further training.
Austria's air force German: Luftstreitkräfte has as its missions the defence of Austrian airspace, tactical support of Austrian ground forces, reconnaissance and military transport, and search-and-rescue support when requested by civil authorities.
Until , when the first of twenty-four Saab 35 Draken were delivered, the country had remained essentially without the capacity to contest violations of its airspace. The Drakens, reconditioned after having served the Swedish Air Force since the early s, were armed, in accordance with the restrictions on missiles in the State Treaty of , only with a cannon.
However, following Austria's revised interpretation of its obligations under the treaty, a decision was made in to procure AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles. The first of these missiles were purchased from Swedish air force inventory, while later a higher performance model was acquired directly from the United States, with deliveries commencing in French Mistral surface-to-air missiles systems were purchased to add ground-based protection against air attack.
The first of the systems arrived in Austria in ; final deliveries concluded in The Drakens were retired in and 12 F-5E Tiger II were leased from Switzerland to avoid a gap in the Austrian air defence capabilities until the first Austrian Eurofighter Typhoon units became operational in Besides one squadron of 15 Eurofighter Typhoons, the air force has a squadron with 28 Saab trainers, which double as reconnaissance and close air support planes.
The helicopter fleet includes 23 AB helicopters used as light transport. Furthermore, the air force fields 11 OHB Kiowa as light scout helicopters. In the air force received 3 CK Hercules transport aircraft to support the armed forces in their UN peacekeeping and humanitarian activities.
The duties of this elite unit match those of its foreign counterparts, such as the United States Army Special Forces , being amongst others counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency. Jagdkommando soldiers are highly trained professionals whose thorough and rigorous training enables them to take over when tasks or situations outgrow the capabilities and specialization of conventional units.
Until Austrian males were obligated to serve nine months in the armed forces, followed by four days of active service every two years for training and inspection. In the period of initial service was reduced to six months, followed by a total of sixty days of refresher training in the reserves.
In the early s, about 45, conscripts completed their initial military training every year, and 80, reservists participated in some form of exercises each year.
Reducing the mobilization strength of the army to , under the New Army Structure plan is to be accomplished in part by limiting initial training of recruits to six months, followed by reducing the period allotted for refresher training from twenty years to ten years. Each reservist is to receive training over a twelve-day period every second year during his first ten years of reserve duty, generally not extending beyond the time he reaches his mid-thirties.
The reduced need for conscripts corresponds to a lower pool of young men because of a declining birth rate. The availability of about 40, fit trainees annually in was expected to fall to barely 30, by and to 26, by In conscription was reduced to six months total. Mandatory reserve training was abolished. Since then the army reserve battalions Miliz are suffering from a lack of new reservists and are therefore overaging. Under a law, conscientious objectors can be assigned work medical orderlies, or other occupations in lieu of military service.
Exemptions from service are liberally granted—in about 12, persons were exempted, a great increase over the total of 4, The increase occurred after a new law, valid only for and , no longer required young men to present their objections to the military in a credible way. Previously, that had not been the case. In , for example, two young men rejected by the alternate service commission on the grounds that they did not present their beliefs in a credible manner were sentenced to prison terms of three months and one month, respectively.
Conscripts may attain the rank of private first class by the completion of initial training. Those with leadership potential may serve a longer period to obtain noncommissioned officer NCO status in the militia. Those volunteering for the career service can, after three to four years, apply to attend the NCO academy and later a senior NCO course to qualify as warrant officers.
Both regular and militia officer candidates undergo a one-year program of basic training. After a further three years, regular officer candidates attending the military academy at Wiener Neustadt and militia officer candidates undergoing periodic intensified refresher training qualify as second lieutenants.
The reserve obligation of conscripts generally ends by the time they reach their mid-thirties; NCOs and officers usually end their reserve status at a later age depending on their rank and specialization.
By the early s, some 1. The military personnel system is an integral part of a comprehensive civil service system. The nine officer ranks from officer candidate through general correspond to grades I through IX of the civil service system.
The highest grade, IX, may be occupied by a section chief undersecretary , a career ambassador, or a three-star general. A grade VIII position may be held by a departmental counselor, a career minister, or a brigadier general.
Salary levels are the same for both civil and military personnel in the equivalent grades, although various allowances may be added, such as flight pay or hazardous-duty pay.
The system of promotion in the Austrian military, which offers no incentive for early retirement, means that the military is top-heavy with senior officers. The New Army Structure, which is intended to result in many fewer active-duty and reserve commands, compounds the difficulty. Personnel changes can be implemented only gradually, as the surplus of officers shrinks by attrition. In , the army had four officers of general rank, fifty-nine at the rank of brigadier general one star , colonels, and lieutenant colonels.
The education of career officers is conducted at the Maria Theresia Military Academy at Wiener Neustadt, forty-five kilometres south of Vienna, which was founded in Young men who have completed their university entrance requirements are eligible to compete for places.
The three-year course graduated students in At the National Defence Academy in Vienna, which has a curriculum comparable to those of the National Defence University and the Army War College in the United States, operational and troop commanders of field-grade rank study for three years in preparation for general staff and command positions.
Troop schools provide continuous specialized courses for officers and NCOs in artillery, air defence, armour, combat engineering, communications, and the like. Women have been accepted for service in the Austrian armed forces since All service branches are open for female volunteers. In a public opinion survey in , about 66 percent of those polled approved of opening the military to voluntary service by women; only nine percent favoured obligatory service.
The service uniform of the Austrian army is olive drab, the dress uniform is grey; for formal occasions a white uniform may be worn. The air force uniform is identical, with the addition of wings worn on the right jacket breast—gold for officers and silver for enlisted personnel. Branches of service are identified by beret colours: Insignia of rank are worn on the jacket lapel of the dress uniform silver stars on a green or gold shield and on the epaulets of the field uniform white, silver or gold stars on an olive drab field.
The Austrian military has a wide variety of equipment. Recently, Austria has spent considerable amounts of money modernizing its military arsenal. Leopard 2 main battle tanks, Ulan and Pandur infantry fighting vehicles , C Hercules transport planes, S Black Hawk utility helicopters, and Eurofighter Typhoon multi-purpose combat aircraft have been purchased, along with new helicopters to replace the inadequate ones used after the Galtür Avalanche.
Of the eight enlisted ranks, only a sergeant Wachtmeister or above is considered an NCO. There are two warrant officer ranks—Offiziersstellvertreter and Vizeleutnant.
The lowest commissioned rank of officer candidate Fähnrich —is held by cadets at the military academy and by reserve officers in training for the rank second lieutenant. To maintain conformity with grade levels in the civil service, there are only two ranks of general in the personnel system—brigadier general one star and general lieutenant three stars. However, the ranks of major general two stars and full general equivalent to four stars are accorded to officers holding particular military commands.
Some of the traditions of the old Austro-Hungarian Army continue to be carried on in Bundesheer. Also nearly every other regiment of the Bundesheer carries on traditions of the famous Austro-Hungarian regiments like "Kaiserjäger", "Rainer", etc. In the patrol boat RPC Oberst Brecht was commissioned as a naval squadron of the Army to patrol the Danube in protection of the country's neutrality.
The larger vessel RPB Niederösterreich was also commissioned 12 years later. The squadron comprised two officers and thirty men. The company which built the vessels closed in With the fall of Communism and the inability to maintain and repair the vessels, the squadron was disbanded in Austria took first place in the Strong Europe Tank Challenge as six nations and partner nations battled it out in Grafenwoehr, Germany.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Military history of Austria. Imperial and Royal Army during the Napoleonic Wars. Structure of the Austrian Armed Forces in Austrian Gebirgsjäger in Structure of the Austrian Armed Forces. List of former equipment of the Austrian Army. Ranks of the Austrian Bundesheer. Ministry of Defence and Sports. Retrieved 24 December Archived from the original on