Fowk's Airmy o Vietnam

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Fowk's Airmy o Vietnam
Quân đội Nhân dân Việt Nam
Flag of the People's Army of Vietnam.svg
Banner o Vietnam Fowk's Airmy. Slogan translates as "Determined tae win."
Foondit22 December 1944; 75 years ago (1944-12-22)
Service branchesVietnam People's Army insignia.png Grund Forces[N 1]
Vietnam People's Navy insignia.png Navy
Vietnam People's Air Force insignia.png Air Force
Vietnam Border Defense Force insignia.jpg Mairch Defence Force
Vietnam Marine Police insignia.jpg Coast Gaird
HeidquartersHanoi, Vietnam
Commander-in-Chief (de jure)
Commander (de facto)
Preses Trần Đại Quang

General Secretar Nguyễn Phú Trọng
Meenister o DefenceGeneral Ngô Xuân Lịch
Chief o StaffLieutenant General Phan Văn Giang
Militar age18–25 years auld (18–27 for thae that attend colleges or barsities)
Conscription24 months for aw able-bodied men
Active personnel482,000 active[1]
Reserve personnel3,000,000 reserve [1]
BudgetUS $7.8 billion (Military Balance 2013)
Percent o GDP5% (2013 est.)
Domestic suppliersViettel Mobile
Z111 Factory

Hong Ha shipbuilding company (Z173)

189 Shipbuilding Company (Z189)
Song Thu Shipbuilding Company (Z124)
Service Flight Corporation
Group 559
Foreign suppliers Roushie

 Sooth Korea
 Unitit States
 Unitit Kinrick

 Soviet Union
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Relatit airticles
HistoryMilitar history o Vietnam
RanksMilitar ranks o Vietnam

The Fowk's Airmy o Vietnam an aa kent as Vietnamese Fowk's Airmy, is the Militar Force o the Socialist Republic o Vietnam.

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. In the Vietnam Fowk's Airmy, the Grund Force haesna been established as an independent Command, aw o the grund forces, airmy corps, specialised airms belang tae the Meenistry o Defence (Vietnam), unner directly command o General Staff (Vietnam Fowk's Airmy).

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 International Institute for Strategic Studies (3 February 2014). The Military Balance 2014. London: Routledge. pp. 287–289. ISBN 9781857437225.
  2. "HISTORY – The Hmong". Archived frae the oreeginal on 12 October 2012. Retrieved 13 November 2011. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)