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* [[The Royal Indian Navy Mutiny]] encompasses a total strike and subsequent mutiny by the Indian sailors of the [[Royal Indian Navy]] on board ship and shore establishments at [[Bombay]] Harbour on 18 February 1946.
* [[SS Columbia Eagle incident|SS ''Columbia Eagle'' incident]] occurred on 14 March 1970 during the [[Vietnam War]] when sailors aboard an American merchant ship mutinied and hijacked the ship to [[Cambodia]].
* [[East Bengal Regiment]] occurred when East Bengal Regiment high rank officer refused order from Pakistan army command in east Pakistan present day Bangladesh and join the Bangladesh freedom movement.
* [[209th Detachment, 2325th Group|Unit 684 Mutiny]] occurred when members of South Korean black ops Unit 684 mutinied for unclear reasons.
* [[Storozhevoy#Mutiny|The Storozhevoy Mutiny]] occurred on 9 November 1975 in [[Riga]], [[Latvia]]. The [[Political commissar|political officer]] locked up the [[Soviet Navy]] captain and sailed the ship toward [[Leningrad]].
* [[2006 state of emergency in the Philippines#Fort Bonifacio crisis|2003 Fort Bonifacio Crisis]] – Members of the [[Philippine Marines]] staged a protest over the removal of their Commandant Maj. Gen. Renato Miranda.
* [[2009 Bangladesh Rifles revolt]] – A group of Bangladesh border guards revolted, demanding equal rights to the regular army and killed several of their officers.
*2011 [[Mutiny on Lurongyu 2682|Mutiny on ''Lurongyu 2682'']], a Chinese fishing trawler in the South Pacific. After a month-long killings from this day, 11 of the 33 crew returned to China.
* 2013 1st Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, British Army Sixteen soldiers were jailed after a court martial for staging a 'sit-in' protest against their Captain and Colour Sergeant<ref>{{cite news|url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-25313387|title=Yorkshire Regiment soldiers jailed for sit-in protest|work=BBC News|date=2013-12-10|accessdate=2014-04-07}}</ref>
* 2014 Nigerian Army. A total of 54 soldiers were sentenced to death by firing squad by a court martial in two separate trials, after they had refused to fight to recapture a town that had been captured by the Boko Haram insurgents. The sentences are subject to the approval of senior officers.<ref>{{cite news|title=BREAKING: Nigerian Military Sentences 54 Soldiers To Death For Mutiny|url=http://saharareporters.com/2014/12/17/breaking-nigerian-military-sentences-54-soldiers-death-mutiny|accessdate=12 March 2017|publisher=Sahara Reporters|date=17 December 2014}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Nigerian soldiers given death penalty for mutiny|url=https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-30526725|accessdate=12 March 2017|work=[[BBC News]]|date=17 December 2014}}</ref>
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