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OPEC countries Compared by Military > Manpower reaching military age annually > Males

DEFINITION: This entry is derived from Military > Manpower reaching military age annually, which gives the number of males and females entering the military manpower pool (i.e., reaching age 16) in any given year and is a measure of the availability of military-age young adults.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Nigeria 1.77 million 2012
2 Iran 715,111 2012
3 Algeria 342,895 2012
4 Iraq 332,194 2012
5 Venezuela 277,210 2012
6 Saudi Arabia 261,105 2012
7 Angola 155,476 2012
8 Libya 59,547 2012
9 United Arab Emirates 27,439 2012
10 Kuwait 17,653 2012
11 Qatar 6,429 2012

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OPEC countries Compared by Military > Manpower reaching military age annually > Males

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Interesting observations about Military > Manpower reaching military age annually > Males

  • United States ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Christian countries in 2012.
  • India ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Hot countries in 2012.
  • Indonesia ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Muslim countries in 2012.
  • China ranked second for manpower reaching military age annually > males globally in 2012.
  • Brazil ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Catholic countries in 2012.
  • Turkey ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Europe in 2012.
  • Germany ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst European Union in 2012.
  • France ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Tourist destinations in 2012.
  • Nigeria ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2012.
  • Ethiopia ranked first for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Landlocked countries in 2012.
  • Pakistan ranked second for manpower reaching military age annually > males amongst Former British colonies in 2012.
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