Germany 

Total Military Force germanyflag
Active: 284,500
Reserves: 358,650

Army (191,650)
5 Divisions (3 Armed , 2 Armed Infantry)
1 Air-Mobile Division with 1 Air Mechanized Brigade, 1 Aviation Brigade
1 Special Operations Division with 2 Airborne
1 Supporting Arms Command
1 Elite Brigade
2 Logistic Brigades

Navy (25,650)
Bases: Glucksburg, Wilhelmshaven, Kiel, Olpenitz, Eckernforde, Warnemunde

Air Force (67,500)
Flying Hours: 150

Forces Abroad and Foreign Forces
Independent
France: 209
Poland: 67
US: ARMY training areas, AIR FORCE training at Goodyear, Sheppard, Holloman AFBs
Djibouti (Operation Enduring Freedom)
Kenya (Operation Enduring Freedom): 150
Kuwait (Operation Enduring Freedom): 50

UN
ISAF (Afghanistan): 2,300
SFOR II (Bosnia): 1000
UNOMIG (Georgia): 11 including 3 observers
SFOR II/KFOR (Italy): 200
UNAMSIL (Sierra Leone): 16
ISAF (Uzbekistan): 163
KFOR (Serbia/Montenegro): 3,100

The following forces are currently stationed in the Germany:
NATO: HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Crops, HQ Allied Air Forces North, HQ Joint Command Centre, Airborne Early Warning Force
Belgium: 1 Mechanized Infantry Brigade withdrawing
France: 3,200
Netherlands: 2,600
UK: 22,000
US: 73,500
Italy: 91

Paramilitary
none

Strategic Force
Germany is not known to have or be pursuing nuclear weapon capabilities.


Germany *
2001
2002
2003
GDP
1.9tr
2.2tr
 
Defense Exp
27.5bn
33.3bn
 
Defense Bdgt
21.5bn
25.1bn
27.4bn

 
* All figures in US dollars.

Links:

European Union Specific Weapons Systems

German Navy

Germany - World Navies Today

The International Institute for Strategic Studies

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