×

Military > Army personnel: Countries Compared

Author: Edria Murray<br>Staff Editor

Author: Edria Murray<br>Staff Editor

In response to Manish;

China has 2,810,000 armed forces personnel and 206 million men of military age who are fit for military service. In both of these statistics, China hold first rank.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 IraqIraq 375,000 2001
2 IsraelIsrael 134,000 1998
3 AngolaAngola 106,000 1999
4 AlgeriaAlgeria 105,000 1999
5 United Arab EmiratesUAE 59,000 1998
6 South AfricaSouth Africa 54,300 1999
7 LibyaLibya 35,000 1998
8 CameroonCameroon 11,500 1998
9 SenegalSenegal 10,000 1998
10 Democratic Republic of the CongoCongo, DR. 8,000 1998
11 GhanaGhana 7,000 1998
12 Cote d'IvoireCote d'Ivoire 6,800 1999

Citation

"All countries compared for Military > Army personnel", Energy Information Administration, US Department of Energy. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Military/Army-personnel

Military > Army personnel: Countries Compared Map

NationMaster

0

In response to Manish;

China has 2,810,000 armed forces personnel and 206 million men of military age who are fit for military service. In both of these statistics, China hold first rank.

Posted on 18 Apr 2005

Edria Murray<br>Staff Editor

Edria Murray<br>Staff Editor

0

You really sound like you know what your talking about. You can't even spell. You sound like an american thinking your invincible but I think you are wrong.

Posted on 16 Feb 2010

AEGIAN

AEGIAN

0

If anyone goes to war with any one of the 30 contreys in the United Nations, they would be blown to bits by uprisings,lack of resourses, and the massive wall of millions of soldiers. Were going to be safe for a very very long time. If anyone even tries to lanch a nuke at the americas, it will be shot down FAST.

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

The U.N.

The U.N.

0

"So basically if we go to war against the N. Koreans.... and China side with them..... we're in trouble??????"

Actually, no. Going to war with U.S.A. would be like throwing rocks at a mountain... Numbers mean nothing.

Posted on 25 Jan 2010

REM

REM

0

The Soviet Red Army used to twice a year draft every boy who had turned 18 in the last six months. The Red Army was full of kids from 18-20, few of whom reenlisted. An interesting statistic would be to find how many "lifers' are full time pros in different armies.

Posted on 21 Oct 2009

prezjonson

prezjonson

0

Russia is also missing...

Posted on 12 Sep 2009

Zas

Zas

0

So basically if we go to war against the N. Koreans.... and China side with them..... we're in trouble??????

Posted on 15 Apr 2009

Rich

Rich

0

China has compulsory military service for 24 months for men and women, after attaining 18 years of age. The exact figures of its military strength are notknown, but the CIA estimates are that, in 2004, over 200 million were fit for military duty. It also estimated that China's military budget is anything between 3.5% and 5% of its total GDP and that its military expenditure was around USD60 billion in 2003.

Posted on 01 Apr 2005

Suchita Vemuri<br>Staff Editor

Suchita Vemuri<br>Staff Editor

Contribute an insight

captcha
Follow us on Facebook to get interesting stats:

Was this page useful for you?