In response to A Mongolian kid
There are currently 9,000 Armed forces personnel in Mongolia. In addition to this Mongolia has 516,502 men of military age who are fit for military service. This and further information on the military in Mongolia can be found on the military page of the detailed country profile of Mongolia.
Concerning nuclear sites in Mongolia, on September 25th 1992, Mongolian President H.E. Mr. Punsalmaagin Ochirbat announced before the United Nations General Assembly that Mongolia's territory would be a nuclear-weapon-free zone. On February 2000 the Parliament of Mongolia adopted the Law of Mongolia on its nuclear-weapon-free status which entered into force that same day.
According to this law, nuclear power may only be used for peaceful purposes such as health care, mining, energy production and scientific research. The law also prohibits dumping or storage of nuclear materials within Mongolia's borders.