Czech & Slovak Armed Forces FOP 85 Chemical Protective Suit 3-piece, Skyddsdräkt

Made to protect against various chemicals, radioactive fallout, toxic gas and other dangerous aerosols.

FOP 85 chemical protective suit (SIZE: 4) consists of:
• Jacket
• Trousers
• Suspenders

Not classified as civilian personal protective equipment.
Safety features cannot be guaranteed therefore the equipment is sold as collectibles.

Manufactured in sizes below:
• Size 1: Height 159-170cm – Waist 88-97cm
• Size 2: Height 159-170cm – Waist 98-107cm
• Size 3: Height 171-182cm – Waist 88-97cm
• Size 4: Height 171-182cm – Waist 98-107cm
• Size 5: Height 171-182cm – Waist 108-117cm
• Size 6: Height 183-194cm – Waist 98-107cm

Please note that this is military surplus, therefore there may be small variations in model and color.

• Condition: New / NOS (New Old Stock) (long-term stored in military storage)
• Color: Olive Green
• Manufacturer: Military surplus product
• Order Number: MF607838-4


Original Surplus - Slovak Armed Forces

The Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic were divided from the Czechoslovak army after dissolution of Czechoslovakia on 1 January 1993. Slovakia joined NATO on 29 March 2004. From 2006 the army transformed into a fully professional organization and compulsory military service was abolished.  Slovak armed forces numbered 19,500 uniformed personnel and 4,208 civilians in 2022.

Ground forces

Air force

The Slovak Air Force, officially the Air Force of the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic, has been defending Slovak airspace since independence in 1993. The Slovak Air Force currently comprises one wing of fighters, one wing of utility helicopters, one wing of transport aircraft, and one SAM brigade. It operates around 20 combat aircraft, as well as 10 helicopters from 3 air bases: Malacky/Kuchyňa Air Base, Sliač Air Base, Prešov Air Base. The Air Force is currently part of the NATO Integrated Air and Missiles Defense System – NATINADS.

Special Operations Forces

In the future will be added Cyber Defence Unit and SOF Training base.


Slovakia has 169 military personnel deployed in Cyprus for UNFICYP United Nations led peace support operations. Slovakia has 41 troops deployed in Bosnia and Herzegovina for EUFOR Althea. Slovak troops were withdrawn from Kosovo because the Slovak Armed Forces set its priority to focus mainly on NATO led mission. Since the independence of Slovakia in 1993, there have been 60 uniformed personnel deaths in the line of service to the United Nations and NATO (as of 30 April 2018).          
Original Surplus - Slovak Armed Forces
Vikt 2620 g


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