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Good Day, i Would like to verify if you have an individual who named Hans Patrik Sundberg?… Juan Dela Cruz.
hi i just want to ask i f sweedish army has an international corpes and if some one who is not sweedish dan join sweedish army as volunteer?
The Swedish army have had foreign regiments, the most recent Royal Suèdoise, was disbanded 1815. Today only Swedish citizens are allowed into the ranks./Göran Mellblom/Captain The Life Guards —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 14:32, 31 December 2007 (UTC)
I corrected the info about requirements for membership in the home guard. You must have completed basic training in any military branch, not just the army. I know this since I was at a recruiting meeting for the home guard after I completed my military service in the Kustartilleriet (roughly equivalent to the marine corps of other countries). --220.127.116.11 11:13, 25 August 2007 (UTC)
Added SkyddC to the "Organization"-part. Also edited that the cavalry are "MP's" to "military police". They're not members of parliament just because they wear green berets... —Preceding unsigned comment added by Doktor Musmatta (talk • contribs) 22:17, 13 July 2008 (UTC)
Structure of the Swedish Armed Forces in 1989
I created the article Structure of the Swedish Armed Forces in 1989, which contains a complete overview of the Swedish Armed Forces in 1989. The information comes from Arméhandboks of the army, from the Swedish wiki, and from government defense bills. As far as I can tell army and air force are complete and 100% correct. As for the navy: all in 1989 commissioned ships are listed, but some flotillas and divisions are missing. The coastal artillery is nearly complete, although there are some of the Spärrbataljon and Rörliga Spärrbataljon missing. Also missing for all three services are some of the schools. The Home Guard is missing as I could not find info on the ~85 battalions the Home Guard would field. Also missing are the designations/numbers/locations of the independent artillery, engineer, signal, air defense, etc. battalions that would be activated in war (except for the 3x Bandkanon 1 battalions of Milo ÖN). Even though these parts are missing, this is the most comprehensive/detailed/full listing of Swedish forces in 1989 ever.
However: if you have some more information, especially about the above mentioned stuff that is missing, please feel free to add this information to the article, or leave a message with the info on my talk page. Thank you, noclador (talk) 17:39, 11 October 2016 (UTC)