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Pakiston 

Total Military Force pakistanflag
Active: 620,000
Reserves: 513,000

Army (550,000)
9 Corps HQ, 2 Armored Divisions, 19 Infantry Divisions with 1 area Command Division, 9 Corps Artillery Brigades, 26 Independent Brigades (7 Armored, 1 Mechanized, 6 Infantry, 5 Artillery, 7 Engineering) 3 Armored Reconnaissance Regiments, 3 SF Battalions, 1 Advanced Deployment Command

Navy (25,000)
Bases: Karachi (HQ), 2 additional bases planed for Gwadar and Ormara

Air Force (45,000)
3 Regional Commands: Peshawar (North), Sargodha (Central), Faisal (South)
Flying Hours: 210

Forces Abroad and Foreign Forces
MONUC (Congo):??? ??? ??? ??????? 36 including 29 observers
UNMISET (Timor):??? ??? ??? ?????? 87 including 13 observers
UNOMIG (Georgia):??? ?? ??? ? ? ??? 9 including?? 9 observers
UNAMSIL (Sierra Leone):??? 3863 including 15 observers
MINURSO (Sahara):?????????????????? 7 including?? 7 observers

Paramilitary (294,000)
National Guard: 185,000
Frontier Corps: 65,000
Pakistan Rangers: 25,000 - 30,000
Northern Light Infantry: 12,000; 3 Battalions
Maritime Security Agency: 2000
Coast Guard: 23 crafts

Strategic Force
On May 28, 1998 Pakistan announced that it had successfully conducted five nuclear tests. The Pakistani Atomic Energy Commission reported that the five nuclear tests conducted on May 28 generated a seismic signal of 5.0 on the Richter scale, with a total yield of up to 40 KT (equivalent TNT).

For more information see Links.

Pakistan *
2001
2002
2003
GDP
61bn
68bn
 
Defense Exp
2.5bn
2.7bn
 
Defense Bdgt
2.1bn
2.5bn
2.8bn
Foreign Military Assistance (US)
0
75.9m
51m


* All figures in US dollars.

Links:

Pakistan Specific Weapons Systems

Pakistan Ministry of Defense 

Pakistan - World Navies Today

FAS on Pakistani Nuclear Capabilities

The International Institute for Strategic Studies

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