SERBIAN ARMED FORCES (SAF) - GREEN FORCE
KOSOVO LIBERATION ARMY (KLA) - Civilian Forces.
The Kosovo Liberation Army (abbreviated KLA) was an ethnic-Albanian paramilitary organisation which sought the separation of Kosovo from Yugoslavia during the 1990s. Its campaign against Yugoslav security forces precipitated a major Yugoslav military crackdown which led to the Kosovo War of 1998–1999. Military intervention by Yugoslav security forces led by Slobodan Milošević and Serb paramilitaries within Kosovo prompted an exodus of Kosovar Albanians and a refugee crisis that eventually caused NATO to intervene militarily in order to stop what was widely identified as an ongoing campaign of ethnic cleansing.
The Serbia and Montenegro Forces (abbreviated SAF) were the armed forces of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. The military included ground forces with internal and border troops, naval forces, air and air defense forces, and civil defense. The military was heavily involved in combating the terrorist groups of the Kosovo Liberation Army and Liberation Army during the Kosovo War and Preševo Valley conflict, and also engaged NATO airplanes during the 1999 NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
In the fight for Kosovo there are two main forces, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and the Serbian Armed Forces (SAF). Both of these forces were the primary combatants during the war and we use specific camouflage patterns to identify the forces in the warzone.
KFOR UN ARMED FORCES - BLUE FORCE
K.F.O.R NATO Forces
United Nation Forces must also be requested by section leaders through your chain of command during the event. They can be requested to drive a wedge between two sides to keep the peace.
Do not shoot them as they can call for massive Air Support onto your position.