|Michael the Brave 30th Guards Brigade|
|Brigada 30 Gardă „Mihai Viteazul”|
Honor guards during a National Day parade
|Active||July 1, 1860 -present|
|Branch||Romanian Armed Forces|
The unit was established on 1 July 1860 through a decree issued by Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza as the 1st Honor Guard battalion of Romania. It was abolished by the communist government in 1948. The regiment has taken part in ceremonies in Romania, and has represented Romania in the 2007 Bastille Day military parade, and the 2016 Chișinău Independence Day Parade.
- "Regimentul 30 Gardă "Mihai Viteazul" sau despre cum e să fii militar. Cum să stai ore întregi în picioare fără să clipeşti". http://jurnalul.ro/special-jurnalul/reportaje/regimentul-30-garda-mihai-viteazul-sau-despre-cum-e-sa-fii-militar-cum-sa-stai-ore-intregi-in-picioare-fara-sa-clipesti-634816.html.
- "It was abolished after the abdication of King Michael I (December 30, 1947) in 1948.". https://www.agerpres.ro/flux-documentare/2015/06/30/documentar-regimentul-30-garda-mihai-viteazul-155-de-ani-de-la-infiintare-12-16-36.
- "For the first time, at the invitation of the Minister of Defense, among the participants to this year parade were contingents from the 30th Guard Brigade "Mihai Viteazul"". http://www.army.md/?lng=3&action=show&cat=122&obj=3976#.WaGx1ctOkwh.
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