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PLAN Central Front Headquarters
PLAN Central Front Military Command Post
PLAN Chief of Staff Communications
PLAN Chief of Staff Intellegence
PLAN Chief of Staff Logistics
PLAN Chief of Staff Medical
PLAN Chief of Staff Operations
PLAN Chief of Staff Pesonnel
PLAN Chief Political Commissar
PLAN Defence Headquarters
PLAN Eastern Front Headquarters
PLAN Eastern Front Military Command Post
PLAN Main Command Post
PLAN Military Command Post
PLAN North-Eastern Front Headquarters
PLAN North-Western Front Headquarters
The headquarters of SWAPO's north western front had been established.in bases in the town of Xangongo in 1981, when a South African mechanised force attacked the base during Operation Protea. At the same time other South African elements destroyed SWAPO bases south and southwest of the town. Xangong
PLAN Northern Front Headquarters
PLAN Operational Command Headquarters (OCHQ)
The Operational Command Headquarters (OCHQ) was created by the SWAPO Military Council when the war intensified after the Cassinga attack of 4 May 1978. The OCHQ was independent of the civilian set up and reported to the Defence Headquarters in Lubango from where it directed the day-to-day activities
PLAN Western Front Headquarters
PLAN Western Front Military Command Post
PLAN Zambian Front Headquarters
SWAPO Military Council
The Military Council (MC) drew up strategies for the operations conducted by the People's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN). Its members were either regional commanders or political commissars while others were chosen by merit of their vast experience in the struggle.
SWAPO National Headquarters
SWAPO Treasury
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