Croatian Army Hedgehog Battery conduct Mobile Multiple Launch Rocket System live fire training at Bemowo Piskie, Poland. The Vulkan M-92 is a mobile multiple rocket launcher that fires 122-mm rockets, capable of engaging targets up to 12 miles. This added force multiplier enhances freedom of movement for Battle Group Poland live fire exercise. Croatian modification of a mobile multiple rocket launcher 128mm M-77 Oganj in 122mm M-92 Vulkan. The launch box and the fire system have been modified. The volcano battery (4 units) is part of the Croatian contingent in Poland (Battle Group Poland).
The Croatian military has presence in two of the four NATO Enhanced Forward Presence Battle Groups in the Baltic Region. NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence is an allied, forward deployed defense and deterrence military posture in Eastern Europe to protect and reassure NATO’s Eastern member states of their security. Following Russia’s occupation of Crimea and invasion of Ukraine, NATO member states agreed at the 2016 Warsaw summit to forward deploy four multinational battalion battle groups to NATO members most at risk of a possible Russian attack or invasion.