Airmed Forces o the Republic o Kazakhstan

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Airmed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Қазақстан Республикасының Қарулы Күштері (Kazakh)
Qazaqstan Respublikasyń qarýly kúshteri
Вооруженные силы Республики Казахстан (Roushie)
Coat of arms military-of-kazakhstan.svg
Coat of Airms of the Kazakh Airmed Forces
FoonditMay 7, 1992
Service branchesRepublican Guard
Kazakh Ground Forces
Kazakh Air Force
Kazakh Air Defense Forces
Kazakh Naval Forces

Naitional Guard
HeidquartersNursultan, Almaty
Leadership
Commander-in-chief Kassym-Jomart Tokaïev
Minister of Defence Saken Zhasuzakov
Chief of Defense Lieutenant General Murat Maikeyev
Manpower
Militar age18–45 years old;
ConscriptionOne year
Active personnel74,500 (2018) (ranked 50)
Reserve personnel32,000 (2018)
Expenditures
Budget$2,435,000,000 [1]
Percent o GDP1.1% (2018 est.)[1]
Industry
Domestic suppliersJSC National Company Kazakhstan Engineering
Foreign suppliers Canadae
 Cheenae
 Fraunce
 Germany
 Israel
 Roushie
 Ukraine
 Unitit States[2]
Relatit airticles
HistoryCeevil war in Tajikistan
Iraq War
RanksMeelitary ranks of Kazakhstan

The Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Kazakh: Қазақстанның Қарулы күштері, Qazaqstannyń qarýly kúshteri), is the name of the unified airmed forces of Kazakhstan. It consists of the Ground Forces, Air and Air Defence Forces, Naval Forces, and Republican Guard. The naitional defence policy aims are based on the Constitution of Kazakhstan. They guarantee the preservation of the independence and sovereignty of the state and the integrity of its laund aurie, territorial waters and airspace and its constitutional order. The airmed forces of Kazakhstan act unner the authority of the Kazakhstan Meenistry of Defence.

The Military Balance 2013 reported the airmed forces' strength as; Airmy, 20,000, Navy, 3,000, Air Force, 12,000, and MoD, 4,000. It also reported 31,000 parameelitary personnel.[3]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "SIPRI Publications". Archived frae the oreeginal on 2010-03-28. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. Trade Registers. Armstrade.sipri.org. Retrieved on 2017-12-18.
  3. IISS 2013, 221.