Airmy o the Czech Republic

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Airmy o the Czech Republic
Armáda České republiky
Logo of the Czech Armed Forces.svg Roundel of the Czech Republic.svg
The coat o airms an roondel
Current furm1 Januar 1993
Service branchesCzech Laund Forces
Czech Air Force
HeidquartersPrague, Czech Republic
Leadership
Preses o the Republic Miloš Zeman
Prime Mernister Andrej Babiš
Meenister o Defence Lubomír Metnar
Chief o the General Staff Aleš Opata
Manpower
Militar age18 years
ConscriptionAbolished in 2004
Available for
militar service
2,414,728, age 15–49 (2005 est.)
Fit for
militar service
1,996,631, age 15–49 (2005 est.)
Reachin militar
age annually
66,583 (men) (2005 est.)
Active personnel25,105 soldiers and 7,979 civilians[1]
Reserve personnel3,300[2]
Expenditures
BudgetCZK 66.777 billion / $ 2.969 billion (2019)[3]
Percent o GDP1.19% (2019)[3]
Industry
Domestic suppliers
Foreign suppliers
Relatit airticles
RanksCzech militar ranks

The Airmy o the Czech Republic (Czech: Armáda České republiky, AČR), also known as the Czech Airmy or Czech Airmed Forces, is the militar service responsible for the defence o the Czech Republic in compliance wi internaitional obligations an treaties on collective defence. It is an aa set tae support peacekeeping, rescue an humanitarian operations baith athin the naitional territory an abroad.[13] Airmed Forces conseest o the General Staff, the Laund Forces, the Air Force an support units.[14]

Frae the late 1940s tae 1989, the extensive Czechoslovak Fowk's Airmy (about 200,000) formed ane o the pillars o the Warsaw Pact militar alliance. Efter the dissolution o Czechoslovakie, the Czech Republic is completin a major reorganisation an reduction o the airmed forces, which intensifee'd efter the Czech Republic jyned NATO on 12 Mairch 1999.[15]

As defined bi the Czech Law No. 219/1999 Coll., the Airmed Forces o the Czech Republic (Czech: ozbrojené síly České republiky) are the militar forces o the Czech Republic. Thay conseest o the Army o the Czech Republic, the Militar Office o President o the Republic an the Castle Gaird.[13]

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  1. "Vývoj skutečných počtů osob v resortu MO ČR v letech 1992 - 2018 | Ministerstvo obrany".
  2. "Homepage of the Czech Army".
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Defence Expenditure of NATO Countries (2012-2019)" (PDF). NATO Public Diplomacy Division. 25 June 2019. Retrieved 31 August 2019.
  4. "Czechs Choose, Cancel, then Come Back to Pandur II APCs".
  5. "Gripen Contract Signed for Czech Republic".
  6. http://www.airforce-technology.com/news/newssaab-contracted-for-gripen-lease-extension-in-czech-republic-4467566Template:Unreliable source?
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 "Stockholm International Peace Research Institute Trade Register"
  8. "Czech Republic Eager to Buy More Land Rover Vehicles for Foreign Missions".
  9. "Czech MoD to buy three Spanish EADS CASA-295M transport aircraft".
  10. "Czechs bought three CASA aircraft for price of four, 2005 document shows". 2012-07-16.
  11. "RUSSIA STARTS DELIVERY OF MI-171 AND MI-35 HELICOPTERS TO CZECH REPUBLIC | Oboronprom". Archived frae the oreeginal on 2015-12-22. Retrieved 2015-12-14.
  12. http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/poland-snaps-up-23-migs-for-1-euro/248839.html
  13. 13.0 13.1 "Armed Forces » Professional Army". Ministry of Defence & Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. Ministry of Defence. Retrieved 25 May 2016.
  14. "Organisational Structure of the General Staff of ACR". Ministry of Defence & Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. Ministry of Defence. Retrieved 10 January 2018.
  15. "Military Balance in Europe 2011"., March 07, 2011.

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