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Kazakhstan Armed Forces Flags

Republic of Kazakhstan

Last modified: 2016-09-27 by victor lomantsov
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The old KZ military flags can be found at the page: http://military- kz.ucoz.org/index/voennye_flagi/0-58
Jens Pattke, 9 June 2012

Modern KZ Armed Forces consists of several branches:
1) from Ministry of Defence:
        - Ground Forces
        - Air Defense Forces
        - Naval Forces
        - Air Mobile Forces
        - Rocket Forces and Artillery
        - Special Forces
2) from the Committee of National Security
        - Border Forces
3) from the President Administration
        - Republican Guard
4) from the Emergencies Ministry:
        - Emergencies Forces

I dont know dates of adoption. But two of these flags (Ground F. and Air Defence F.) seen many times at parades and press-coferences in Ministry of Defence.
Victor Lomantsov, 9 June 2012

The Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan, is the name of the unified armed forces of Kazakhstan and they depend on the Ministry of Defence (official website: http://www.mod.gov.kz/)
The Ministry of Defence has its own heraldry site, dedicated to the following official military (all are rectangular in shape) flags:
- Any given military Unit (Standard) flag:
http://www.mod.gov.kz /... (shows both, obverse and reverse): it is a sky blue background flag which measures are 145 cm long by 115 cm wide, and has a golden fringe. On the obverse, on the top it reads (Kazakhstan Republic), in the middle there's the CoA ) which measures 50 cm high and on the bottom it reads OTAN UShIN (For the motherland). These two inscriptions are 7.5 cm high. On the reverse, on the top it reads "MINDET, ABYROJ, ERLIK" (Duty, Honor, Courage), below is the CoA of the Armed Forces) that stands at 56 cm wide and below the number of the Unit and below that, the name of the Unit. All writing is in golden colored letters. Here's an example: https://pp. vk.me/....jpg (source: https://vk.com/wall-87916928?o ffset=20)
- Land Forces
current flag is seen here (measurements are 2 meters long by 1 meter high): http://www.mod.gov.kz/.. . It features a red five-pointed star on the canton, measuring 30 cm from one end to the other, and in the middle, the sun and the golden eagle).
- Naval Forces
current flag is seen here (measurements are 2 meters long by 1 meter high): http://www.mod.gov.kz/.. .. It features a red five-pointed star on the canton, measuring 30 cm from one end to the other, over a silver anchor and in the middle, the sun and the golden eagle). The top fringe is white and the bottom is sky blue, both measuring the same in width.
- Air Force
current flag is seen here (measurements are 2 meters long by 1 meter high): http://www.mod.gov.kz/.. .. It features a red five-pointed star on the canton, measuring 30 cm from one end to the other, and in the middle, the sun and the golden eagle). The flag is horizontally divided in equal stripes, the top part having 13 rays, seven white and six sky blue, spreading from the middle in a circular way, from the middle outward and the bottom part being sky blue.
- Air Defence Forces
current flag is seen here (measurements are 2 meters long by 1 meter high): http://www.mod.gov.kz/.. .. It features a red five-pointed star on the canton, measuring 30 cm from one end to the other, inside a rectangle that measures 32 cm high and 65 cm long and has 24 rays from the middle outward, 12 white and 12 sky blue. and in the middle, the sun and the golden eagle).
- Armed Forces flag
on January 21 I saw the (purported) Kazakhstan Armed Forces here: http://en.tengrinews .kz/... (source: http://en.tengrinews.kz/...). The picture was taken on May 7, 2014 during the Defense of the Fatherland/Fatherland Defender's Day military parade, and published the next day online, on May 8. Picture credits to Turar Kazangapov. It features >the CoA of the Armed Forces) on a light blue horizontal background.
- Minister of Defence
on January 21 I saw the (purported) Kazakhstan Armed Forces here (the carflag on the right): http://en.tengrinews .kz ... (source: http://en.tengrinews.kz/...). The picture was taken on May 7, 2014 during the Defense of the Fatherland/Fatherland Defender's Day military parade, and published the next day online, on May 8. Picture credits to Turar Kazangapov. It is a sky blue horizontal flag with an emblem in the middle. This flag seems to be the same as this one (on the right): https://pp. vk.me/... (source: https://vk.com/...)
Esteban Rivera, 25 January 2016


Ground Forces

[Flag of Kazakh Land Forces] by Victor Lomantsov, redrawn from www.hameleons.com

Air Defence Forces

[Flag of Kazakh Air Defence Forces] by Victor Lomantsov, redrawn from www.hameleons.com

Air-Mobile Forces (airborne)

[Flag of Kazakh Air Mobile Forces] by Victor Lomantsov, redrawn from www.hameleons.com

Naval Forces

[Flag of Kazakh Navy] by Mark Sensen and Jan Oskar Engene

Former flag of Air Forces, 1996

[Air Force] by Martin Grieve, 12 August 2016

Looking at the link provided on Kazakh Military flags on FOTW, I have drawn and giffed 4 flags for submission. The most dramatic "change" if you like is the eagle and sun emblem on all of these flags which differ from the standard design on the national flag - The sun contains only 20 rays as opposed to 32 on the national flag and the eagle is of a more simplified design. Perhaps this is erroneous, but on the other hand, it may well be a deliberate change from the norm.
Martin Grieve, 12 August 2016

Former flag of Land Forces, 1996

[Land Force] by Martin Grieve, 12 August 2016

Looking at the link provided on Kazakh Military flags on FOTW, I have drawn and giffed 4 flags for submission. The most dramatic "change" if you like is the eagle and sun emblem on all of these flags which differ from the standard design on the national flag - The sun contains only 20 rays as opposed to 32 on the national flag and the eagle is of a more simplified design. Perhaps this is erroneous, but on the other hand, it may well be a deliberate change from the norm.
Martin Grieve, 12 August 2016


Sets of flags, Unknown flags, Brigades of Air Force Defence (?)

One can also see the following military flags here:

[KZ
army]

I - http://www.mod.g ov.kz/... 6930.jpg : a set of three flags, from left to right, in which the first one is very similar to Land Force Flag, but notice that the sky blue of the flag of Kazakhstan is not the color displayed on the flag, but rather a light blue; the second one seems to be the 2nd Brigade of Air Defence Forces, in contrast to the one we already have at FOTW which is the 3rd Brigade; and the final and third flag is the Ministry of Defence flag (also seen here: http://www.mod.g ov.kz/..._6931.jpg; (source: http://www.mod.gov.kz/rus/struktura/...). Esteban Rivera, 25 January 2016

I think it is not flag of MoD. It is ceremonial flag of the Navy. Soldiers at the photo (http://www.mod.g ov.kz/data/nws/rus/img_2323_6931.jpg) are from Honour Guard. They have flags of main army branches - Land Forces, Air Defence Forces, Navy.
Why you think these flags belonged to 2nd Brigade of Air Defence Forces 3rd Brigades? Roman cyphers at the emblem? For me they means nothing. I think in both cases it is Air Defence Forces flags with minor artistic differences.
Victor Lomantsov, 27 January 2016

Regarding the above, I guess you are right. At a first glance, it seems the emblem has many different symbols representing the different branches. But when you take a closer look (and judging from the uniform the troops in the picture are wearing) I agree with you that it is a Naval forces flag (maybe another Honor Guard flag). The Naval forces CoA ( http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/centralasia/images/kazak-navy.g if ) is indeed featured on that flag, without the outer ring inscription though. This is the official website of the ? ? ? (Naval Forces) by the way: http://www.mod.gov.kz/rus/struktura/vooruzhennye_sily_rk/voenno-morskie_sily /index/ Now regarding that last paragraph, I infer they are Unit flags (i.e. 2nd or 3rd Brigade) for the naming system (Order of Battle) thay they inherited from the Soviet era. Remember that their main military (strategic) Units are usually Regiments, so in case it's not a Regiment, it's a Brigade. I don't think the Roman numerals in the flag is a mere coincidence. On the contrary: I do think they are, as I just mentioned, Unit flags, so they each represent a different Unit. Still, I think we need further information and further evidence tu support any of either statement, but for the moment, the least we can do is include this thread and all its discussion on its respective section to update it.
Esteban Rivera, 27 January 2016

[KZ
army]

II- http://www.mod.g ov.kz/...6813.jpg: a set of three flags, from left to right: Republic of Kazakhztan, the Air Defence Forces (notice the brighter red in the separation of colors, and also the light blue instead of the sky blue) and the Ground (Land) Forces (again, notice the light blue in the picture, instead of the sky blue we have) (source: http://www.mod.gov.kz/rus/struktura/...)

[KZ army]

III- https://pp. vk.me/...9oyZl52_oFE.jpg (unknown set of flags) (source: https://vk.com/wall-87916928?of fset=0)

[KZ
army]

IV - ttps://pp.v k.me/...WH7Pb_Q.jpg (unknown flag, featuring flags of all armed forces) (source: https://vk.com/wall-87916928?o ffset=40)
Esteban Rivera, 25 January 2016

Honor Guard Company of Airborne Assault Brigade
Victor Lomantsov, 27 January 2016


Esteban Rivera, 25 January 2016


 
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