Perfect photos @Kofeina
As for the unmanned turret ZSSW30 armed with Spike missiles (including for the "Rosomak" wheeled IFV), this is a long-awaited weapon element. I hope that the work will be completed as soon as possible.
When it comes to the chassis of the new IFV codenamed "Borsuk", I have mixed feelings. I am not convinced if the Russian school of IFV is not a dead-end here.
Where this photos was taken?
 
Here are some I found, I am reliably informed they are Polish Special Forces but knowing little about the subject I cant confirm the validity of all the pics, if any are incorrect let me know and I will delete the offending photos :)












 
Photos from above:
1. The emblem of the "Grom" unit
2. Special Forces unit "Grom" on counter-terrorism exercises (Mercedes in the charactetistic "Danish" camouflage)
3. I'm not sure
4. 1st Special Forces Regiment of Commando
from 5 to 8. Naval Special Forces unit "Formoza"
9. I'm not sure - maybe the Special Forces Unit "Agat" (for sure Polish Special Forces, I'm not sure which unit)
10. As above
11. 1st Special Forces Regiment of Commando
12. I'm not sure - maybe J.W. "Agat" (for sure Polish Special Forces, I'm not sure which unit. J. W. "Agat" responds in special forces for heavy equipment and support.)
 
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There is no longer(2011) such thing as 1st Special Forces Regiment of Commando, they change it to JWK (Jednostka Wojskowa Komandosów, Commando unit)
3. JWK ZB A
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3,9,10,12 i am not 100% sure but i think its JWK, because they are using TF-50 PC by Miwo Lubliniec and i can't remember anyone else using those vests, i might be wrong.


Photos were posted by HSW so probably Stalowa Wola
https://hsw.pl/a/208,dzien-flagi-rzeczypospolitej-polskiej
 
In the Polish Armed Forces, from April 26, 2018, serve nine soldiers certified as operators UAV WARMATE. Five of them are from the Territorial Military Service.

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14th "Ułanów Jazłowieckich" battalion, 12 Mechanized Brigade, "Serwal 18" exercise, Wędrzyn training area, Poland, April 2018


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One of the pictures shows the UAV Orbiter
 
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On May 7 - 10, 2018, on the basis of the training facilities of the 1st Battalion of 21st Podhale Rifles Brigade in Bieszczady Mountains, further qualifications for the Military Mountain Badge of the 21st Podhale Rifles Brigade of third grade (brown) took place. 355 participants joined the qualifications. After a performance march with a load on the Cisna route - Jasło - Okrąglik - Smerek - Połonina Wetlińska - Brzegi Górne (Bieszczady Mountains, near the border with Ukraine) in up to 10 hours, the right to wear the badge was awarded to 264 participants. The qualification was attended by soldiers from 20 military units, the Land Forces Academy in Wrocław, the Military University of Technology in Warsaw, the College of Officers of the Polish Air Forces (from Dęblin), as well as the Independent Counter-terrorist Unit of the Police and other units. Participants, despite their fatigue, repeatedly expressed their approval for the initiative of the Military Mountain Badge of the 21st Podhale Rifles Brigade and reported their willingness to participate in the next grades of the badge.

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Squadron Fire Control Training, 2nd Self-propelled Artillery Squadron from the 11th "Mazurski" Artillery Regiment, training ground in Toruń, Poland, May 17, 2018.
The aim of the training was to check the operation of the Automated Fire Control Kit "TOPAZ", with full development of the squadron at real distances and improving the work of servicing 155 mm self-propelled howitzers KRAB, command vehicles and ammunition vehicles. In addition, as part of operational and military tests, the interaction of the targeting system with external sensors such as Radiolocation Set of Artillery Recognition "LIWIEC" and Radio-theodolic Atmosphere Survey System "BAR" was checked. The "TOPAZ" fire control system ensured fast transmission of data necessary for quick fire opening.

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In the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade tactical exercise DŻWINA-18 (certifying) was completed.
On May 18, in the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade, certification was completed, the purpose of which was to conduct a final test for forces included in the III rotation of the Polish Military Contingent in Latvia. This was the last stage of the soldiers' preparation for departure to the area of performing tasks in accordance with their intended use as part of the enhanced NATO presence.

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In the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade tactical exercise DŻWINA-18 (certifying) was completed.
On May 18, in the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade, certification was completed, the purpose of which was to conduct a final test for forces included in the III rotation of the Polish Military Contingent in Latvia. This was the last stage of the soldiers' preparation for departure to the area of performing tasks in accordance with their intended use as part of the enhanced NATO presence.

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In the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade tactical exercise DŻWINA-18 (certifying) was completed.
On May 18, in the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade, certification was completed, the purpose of which was to conduct a final test for forces included in the III rotation of the Polish Military Contingent in Latvia. This was the last stage of the soldiers' preparation for departure to the area of performing tasks in accordance with their intended use as part of the enhanced NATO presence.

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In the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade tactical exercise DŻWINA-18 (certifying) was completed.
On May 18, in the 15th "Giżycka" Mechanized Brigade, certification was completed, the purpose of which was to conduct a final test for forces included in the III rotation of the Polish Military Contingent in Latvia. This was the last stage of the soldiers' preparation for departure to the area of performing tasks in accordance with their intended use as part of the enhanced NATO presence.

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