Curved aluminium construction.
After coming back from Angola and Guinea, Portuguese Commandos were reorganized into the Commando Regiment, which served in Portugal and in 1974–1993 included the following:
Commando Battalion 11 (BCmds 11) - included the commando companies (CCmds): 111, 112, 113 and 114. CCmds 113 was later deactivated;
Commando Battalion 12 (BCmds 12) - included the CCmds: 121, 122 and 123 (heavy weapons). CCmds 123 was deactivated in 1982; CCmds 131 was created later, also of heavy weapons. In this battalion was also integrated the Commando Company REDES (Raids and Destructions);
Commando Company 131 (heavy weapons) - created in 1982 as the initial company of the future Commando Battalion 13, which was never activated. It was latter deactivated;
Headquarters and Support Battalion (BCS/RCmds) - included: Headquarters and Services, Specialities Training, Maintenance and Transport and Resupply companies;
Training Battalion (BInstrução/RCmds) - included Training companies: 1st and 2nd;