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    The strenght capacity plus the manpower of the occupationel land forces( reserves is not includding in Global Fire ranking points ) but view on the rest on the forums what's the strongest seat for all in here or you expected the Army or Naval or other troops what's the view on the Air Force????????


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    Speaking the military, the United States had the world's largest air force seen in the amount of aircraft of the bomb section late transport aircraft and helicopters both case attack and transport helicopters all are superior amount in the world of the United States.

    The top three last 9 years the US, China and Russia had three largest navy But not always who always had the greatest capacity seen successes I would rank Brazil and Germany and Turkey strong on their capabilities adds to the UK and France and Vietnam despite that.

    But by the army reserves, Asia had the largest amounts but it only counts if they meet.

    China may have increased four times larger and more had increased more, as in Asia an example of them in Global Fire knows since there after 2018 and the new list is soon finished quite soon finished list but in the Internet it was clear about China's new quantities.

    Russia had great professional and expected war add their manpower that is over a million professional men.

    Add to the US and they had over 1 million professional.

    Army reserve in the US is slightly worse in the US nor the strongest for Russia's reserve is stronger the battle than the Americas.

    With a Navy reserve that is poorly expanding the army reserve to 1.8 million men would be greater.


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    The view of my military power with not army reserve includding:

    1.Russia
    2.France
    3.India
    4.China
    5.Japan
    6.South Korea
    7.Taiwan
    8.Poland
    9.Germany
    10.Turkey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sichertheit View Post
    The view of my military power with not army reserve includding:

    1.Russia
    2.France
    3.India
    4.China
    5.Japan
    6.South Korea
    7.Taiwan
    8.Poland
    9.Germany
    10.Turkey
    Why is the U.S. not listed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
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    Oh, unfortunate....

    well, my answer to this is that military power nowadays is measured more in nukes, and the weapons to deliver them.

    However a convetional military does have it's uses, so I think if such a list was made it'd have to be divided between nuclear and conventionally armed powers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASPIS View Post
    well, my answer to this is that military power nowadays is measured more in nukes, and the weapons to deliver them.
    Really?
    I wonder why, say, Iraq and Afghanistan aren't somewhat easier to sort out then.
    Or, going back in history: Vietnam, Egypt (Suez crisis), Malaya, Korea....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ASPIS View Post
    well, my answer to this is that military power nowadays is measured more in nukes, and the weapons to deliver them.
    Really?
    I wonder why, say, Iraq and Afghanistan aren't somewhat easier to sort out then.
    Or, going back in history: Vietnam, Egypt (Suez crisis), Malaya, Korea....
    This isn't talking about non-state actors or small rogue nations that require conventional force intervention to uproot, the OP is wondering what determines global power. And to be fair nukes are the ultimate weapon created by humankind, while they aren't usable for everything, the mere threat of a nuke makes enemies uneasy. Nukes are so effective, that the most effective defense is retaliation as certain ballistic missile defense systems are either unreliable or really expensive to field and only affordable by the richest nations, however those countries who are unable to retaliate, if they were subjected to nuclear bombardment they would be helpless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASPIS View Post
    This isn't talking about non-state actors or small rogue nations that require conventional force intervention to uproot, the OP is wondering what determines global power.
    And yet the OP specifically mentions "army, navy" and "air force".
    Add to that the fact 6 out 10 nations listed by the OP aren't nuclear powers.
    And to be fair nukes are the ultimate weapon created by humankind, while they aren't usable for everything, the mere threat of a nuke makes enemies uneasy.
    Not really.
    They may make other nuclear powers uneasy, but would a nuclear power threaten a non-nuclear one with their use?
    UK vs Argentina? USA vs. Iraq? Afghanistan?
    Given that it's a fact that out of all of the conflicts going on in the world today1 not one of them is nuclear then don't you think that simply counting nukes is somewhat redundant?

    1 Oh, and the vast majority of projected/ likely ones.
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