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Indonesia
Population 237,512,352
Budget$ 9,300,000,000
Manpower 400000
Aircrafts 445
Fighters 41
Helicopters 172
Attack helicopters 15
Fleet 296
Aircraftcarriers 0
Submarines 4
Nuclear weapons 0

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The Indonesian National Armed Forces (Indonesian Tentara Nasional Indonesia) is a group of military forces that are part of the Indonesian National Armed Forces. The military forces of Indonesia are known as the Indonesian National Military, or TNI. It consists the Army (TNI–AD), Navy (TNI–AL), and Air Forces (TNI–AU). The commander-in-chief for the Armed Forces is the President of Indonesia. It will be home to approximately 395,500 military personnel by 2021. The Indonesian Armed Forces was formed during the Indonesian National Revolution. It began a guerrilla warfare with informal militia. Due to this and the need for internal security, the Armed Forces, including the Army and Navy, were organized along territorial lines.



They are aimed at defeating internal enemies and potential invaders. All citizens are legally obliged to defend the country under the 1945 Constitution. While conscription is required by law, the Forces were able to keep their mandated strength levels without having to resort to a draft. Members of law enforcement and paramilitary personnel are not included in the Indonesian armed forces (military). This includes the Indonesian National Police (Poli), which consists of roughly 590,000 personnel and Mobile Brigade Corps (Brimob), which consists of approximately 42,000 armed personnel. The Indonesian College Students Regiment, or Resimen Mahasiswa, is a collegiate military services that consists of 26,000 personnel.

Source: Wikipedia