South Africa--Armed Forces, Angola--Armed Forces, United Nations--Armed Forces, Namibia--History, Military--20th century
Infantrymen of the South African Defence Force (SADF), the People's Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola (FAPLA) and the United Nations (UN) Malaysian Battalion man the Angolan border post at Ruacana.
Angola--History--South African Incursions, 1978-1990, Soldiers, South Africa--Armed Forces
Joint Monitoring Commission (JMC) members and South African Defence Force (SADF) Parabat commander, Colonel Archie Moore with Cuban and Angolan army counterparts at the withdrawal of SADF forces from southern Angola. Parabat is the 1st Parachute Battalion of the SADF. The JMC was created to oversee the withdrawal of the SADF from a portion of Angola's southern Cunene province and its re-occupation by the People's Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola (FAPLA). It was to ensure that neither SWAPO nor Cuban forces moved into this area as the SADF withdrew.
Angola--History--South African Incursions, 1978-1990, Military convoys, Vehicles, Military--Angola
A convoy of Ratel 20s and 90s (infantry fighting vehicles) from the 61st Mechanised Battalion crosses the South African Defence Force (SADF)-built pontoon bridge over the Kavango River, during the withdrawal from southern Angola.