Egypt 

Total Military Force
Active: 450,000
Reserves: 410,000

Army (320,000)
4 Military Districts, 2 Army HQ,
4 Armed Divisions with 2 Armed Brigades, 1 Mechanized Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade
8 Mechanized Infantry Divisions with 2 Mechanized Brigades, 1 Armed Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade
1 Republican Guard Armed Brigade
4 Independant Armed Brigades
4 Independant Mechanized Brigades
1 Air Mobile Brigade
2 Independant Infranty Brigades
1 Paratroop Brigade
5 Commando Groups
1 Special Forces Group
15 Independant Artillery Brigades
2 Surface to Surface Brigades

Navy (20,000)
Bases: MEDITERRANEAN Alexandria (HQ), Port Said, Mersa Matruh, Port Tewfig, RED SEA Safaqa (HQ), Hurghada, Suez, Al Ghardaqah

Air Force (30,000)
579 Combat Aircrafts, 121 Armed Helocopters

Forces Abroad and Foreign Forces
UN
MONUC (Congo): 3
UNMISET (East Timor): 4 including 2 observers
UNOMIG (Georgia): 3 observers
UNAMSIL (Sierra Leone): 10 observers
MINURSO (West Sahara): 19 observers

The following forces are currently stationed in the Egypt:
UN: 1,836 for MFO

Paramilitary (330,000)
Central Security Forces: 250,000
National Guard: 60,000
Border Guard Forces: 20,000
Coast Guard: 2,000

Strategic Force
The Egyptian nuclear program was launched in 1954. Egypt acquired its first nuclear reactor from the Soviet Union in 1961. The two megawatt reactor was opened by President Gamal Abdel-Nasser at Inchass, in the Nile Delta. But the Egyptian nuclear ambition was discarded following the 1967 defeat at the hands of Israel. As a result, Egypt lost many of its nuclear experts who had to travel abroad to seek work opportunities. Some emigrated to Canada and others joined the Iraqi nuclear program. Evidently Egypt bas decided to concentrate on increasing conventional forces, and chemical and biological weapons , rather than developing nuclear weapons.

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Egypt *
2001
2002
2003
GDP
80.9bn
84.5bn
 
Defense Exp
3.2bn
3.3bn
 
Defense Bdgt
1.9bn
2.0bn
1.7bn
Foreign Military Assistance (US)
1.3bn
1.3bn
1.3bn





* All figures in US dollars.

Links:

FAS on Egyptian Nuclear Capabilities

The International Institute for Strategic Studies