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Bangladesh Armed Forces
Bangladesh Airmed Forces
বাংলাদেশ সশস্ত্র বাহিনী
Bānlādēśa saśastra bāhinī
Bangladesh Airmed Forces
বাংলাদেশ সশস্ত্র বাহিনীর প্রতীক.svg
Tri-service Logo of Bangladesh Airmed Forces.
Motto"চির উন্নত মম শির""Chırø Unnøtø Mømøshır" (de facto)
"Ever High is My Head""Ever Heich is Ma Heid"
Foondit
Current furm12 January 1972
Service branches
HeidquartersDhaka, Dhaka Cantonment
Leadership
Commander-in-ChiefPresident Abdul Hamid
Leader of Airmed Forces Deevision and Meenister of DefencePrime Meenister Sheikh Hasina
Manpower
Militar age19
ConscriptionNae
Available for
militar service
36,520,491, age 19–49 (2010 est.)
Fit for
militar service
30,486,086 males, age 19–49 (2010 est.),
35,616,093 females, age 19–49 (2010 est.)
Reachin militar
age annually
1,606,963 males (2010 est.),
1,689,442 females (2010 est.)
Active personnel204,596[1]
Reserve personnel963,900[2]
Deployed personnel39,380[3]
Expenditures
Budget$3.2 billion (Nae including Parameelitary Forces) (2017-18)[4]
Percent o GDP3.00% (2017)
Industry
Domestic suppliers
Foreign suppliers
Relatit airticles
HistoryBangladesh War of Independence
Bosnia War
Chittagong Hill Tracts Insurgency
Gulf War
Saudi Led Coalition against ISIL
Yom Kippur War
Afghanistan War
Iraq War
Gulf War

The Bangladesh Airmed Forces (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ সশস্ত্র বাহিনী, Bānlādēśa saśastra bāhinī, Bangladesh Sôshôstrô Bahini) conseests of the three uniformed meelitary services: the Bangladesh Airmy, the Bangladesh Navy and the Bangladesh Air Force. The para-meelitary organization Bangladesh Naitional Cadet Corps (BNCC) is a reservit force and directit bi Airmy, Navy, Air Force.[whit? clarification needit] It is unner the command of Defence Meenistry. The para-meelitary Border Gairds Bangladesh (formerly Bangladesh Rifles) and Bangladesh Coast Gaird are unner the jurisdiction of the Meenistry of Home Affairs[5] during peacetime, but during wartime thay fall unner the command of Bangladesh Airmy and Bangladesh Navy respectively.

The President of Bangladesh is the Commander-in-chief of the meelitary, the Airmed Forces Deevision (AFD) is the principal admeenistrative organization by which meelitary policy is formulatit and executit and the Meenistry of Defence (MoD) does not exercise ony authority ower the Airmed Forces and is far less powerful than the AFD. Currently, baith AFD and MoD are heidit by the Prime Meenister of Bangladesh. Tae coordinate meelitary policy with diplomacy baith the President and the Prime Meenister are advised by a six-member advisory buird, three Chiefs of Staff, which includes the heid of each of the regular services, Principal Staff Officer of the Airmed Forces Deevision, and Meelitary Secretaries tae the President and the Prime Meenister. The Director Generals of the NSI, the DGFI and the BGB awso serve in an advisory capacity.[6][7]

The Airmed Forces Day is observed on 21 November.[8] Offeecial functions are held at "Bangabhaban", Airmed Forces Deevision Heidquarters, Dhaka Cantonment, and at every meelitary installation throughout the country.[9]

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  1. http://www.banglanews24.com/national/news/bd/579412.details
  2. "Chapter 6: Asia". The Military Balance (2015 ed.). International Institute for Strategic Studies. 17 February 2015. pp. 229–231. ISBN 9781857436426. Retrieved 13 April 2015. 
  3. "Troop and police contributors". un.org. United Nations. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 
  4. "Bangladesh announces USD3.2 billion defence budget | Jane's 360". www.janes.com. Retrieved 2018-01-23. 
  5. "Ministry of Home Affairs | Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh". mha.gov.bd. 1971-12-16. Retrieved 2013-05-21. 
  6. "Hasina attends office at Armed Forces Division". The Daily Star (in Inglis). 2009-01-15. Retrieved 2017-10-03. 
  7. "Lt Gen Mahfuzur new principal staff officer of Armed Forces Division". The Daily Star (in Inglis). 2016-02-03. Retrieved 2017-10-03. 
  8. "Armed Forces Day today". The Daily Star (in Inglis). 2015-11-21. Retrieved 2017-10-03. 
  9. "Significance of Armed Forces Day". The Daily Star (in Inglis). 2009-11-22. Retrieved 2017-10-03. 


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