Poland is losing Top Brass like no other country!

Poland is losing Top Brass like no other country!

(Disclaimer this is from an anti-Russian pro Polish possibly CIA connected blog but it is interesting. )

SCND Februrary 27, 2016

Poland is losing top brass like no other country!

Poland’s Top Brass

Poland is the only country in NATO, in which so many generals lost their lives in an unnatural way over the past several years! Given the events of the last few decades, such developments should not be called as coincidence of adverse events but rather a well-organized and planned operation to deprive Poland of the best specialists of military tactics.

Over the last decade, as many as eight top generals lost their lives in an unnatural way due to accidents, disasters, or alleged suicides, including commanders of all types of military formations, 1 admiral and 3 colonels. In this respect, our country is a phenomenon among the NATO countries. None of the member states of the Alliance has lost so many top ranking officers and generals in such a short period of time, while not being engaged directly in any armed conflict.

A list of Polish generals, admirals and colonels, who died of unnatural causes in the last decade is as follows:

1. Gen. Brig. pil. Andrzej Andrzejewski – Commander of the 1st Tactical Air Brigade in Świdwin. He died on January 23, 2008, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft CASA C-295 M in Mirosławiec.

2. Col. Dariusz Maciąg – Commander of the 21st Air Base in Swidwin. He died on January 23, 2008, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft CASA C-295 M in Mirosławiec.

3. Col. Jerzy Pilat – Commander of the 12th Air Base in Mirosławiec. He died on January 23, 2008, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft CASA C-295 M in Mirosławiec.

4. Gen. Franciszek Gągor – Chief of General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

5. Maj. Gen. Tadeusz Buk – Commander of the Polish Land Forces. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

6. Admiral Andrzej Karweta – Commander of the Polish Navy. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

7. Maj. Gen. Włodzimierz Potasiński – Commander of the Special Forces of Poland. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

8. Gen. Bronisław Kwiatkowski – Operational Commander of Polish Armed Forces. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

9. Gen. Pil. Andrzej Błasik – Commander of the Polish Air Force. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

10. Gen. Brig. Kazimierz Gilarski – Commander of the Warsaw Garrison. He died on April 10, 2010, as a result of the crash of a military aircraft Tu-154M near Smolensk.

11. Gen. Brig. Sławomir Petelicki – founder and first commander of the Special Operations Unit GROM. He died on June 16, 2012 as a result of a gunshot wound.

12. Col. Sławomir Berdychowski – founder and first commander of the Special Operations Unit AGAT. He died on February 9, 2016, allegedly committing suicide.

Written by Robert Jozef Kucharycz
Photo: K76 Robert Jozef Kycharycz; plus.google.com

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