9th Infantry Brigade (Greece)

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9th Motorized Infantry Brigade "Adrianople"
9η Μηχανοποιημένη Ταξιαρχία Πεζικού "Αδριανούπολη"
9th Infantry Brigade Emblem Greece.jpg
Emblem of the 9th Infantry Brigade
Active 1913–1941, 1946–today
Country  Greece
Branch HellenicArmySeal.svg Hellenic Army
Type Motorized infantry
Size Brigade
Part of III Army Corps
Garrison/HQ Kozani, Macedonia
Motto(s) "Either live well or die well" (Η καλώς ζην ή καλώς τεθνηκέναι)

I World War Asia Minor Campaign

Greco-Italian War

The 9th Motorized Infantry Brigade (Greek: 9η Μηχανοποιημένη Ταξιαρχία Πεζικού «Αδριανούπολη», 9η Μ/Π ΤΑΞΠΖ) is an motorized infantry brigade of the Hellenic Army. Headquartered in Kozani and subordinated to the III Army Corps, it was formed from the former 9th Infantry Division (ΙΧ Μεραρχία Πεζικού) on 1 April 1998.


  • Brigade Headquarters Company (ΛΣ/9ης ΤΑΞ ΠΖ) at Kozani.
  • 9th Signals Company (9ος ΛΔΒ)
  • 9th Engineer Company (9ος ΛΜΧ)
  • 9th Support Battalion (9ο ΤΥΠ)
  • 523rd Mechanized Infantry Battalion (523 M/Κ ΤΠ) at Mavrodendri.
  • 106th Self-Propelled Medium Artillery Battalion (106η Α/Κ ΜΜΠ) at Amyntaio.
  • 1st Infantry Regiment (ΤΔ/1ου ΣΠ) at Florina.
  • 15th Infantry Regiment (ΤΔ/15ου ΣΠ) at Kastoria.