SWATF 301 Battalion emblem
|Country||Namibia, South Africa|
|Branch||South Africa Army,|
|Part of||South West African Territorial Force|
|Garrison/HQ||Tsintsabis, East of Etosha National Park, north of Tsumeb|
|Ceremonial chief||Captain Daan Liebenberg|
|Part of the South West African Territorial Force|
301 Battalion was part of Sector 30 of the South West African Territorial Force.
This unit was first known as the Northern Border Company and was located at Tsintsabis, close to the Alpha Cutline. It was under command of 61 Mech Battalion Group before it was placed under command of Sector 30. Sector 30 was used for Operation Yahoo, Carrot and Hokaai. The unit consisted of Bushmen trackers and at one stage SWATF Motorised Infantry Companies. The units main task was to patrol Alpha, Bravo and Charlie Cutlines as well as area between these cutlines from Oshivello to Mururani Gate in sector 20. They also patrolled the Northern Border of the Etosha Game Reserve as a final buffer against PLAN Typhoon. The Units shoulder flash was never officially recognised.
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