Militar o Chile

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Airmed Forces o Chile
Fuerzas Armadas de Chile
Coat of arms of Chile.svg
Coat o airms o Chile
Service branchesCoat of arms of the Chilean Army.svg Chilean Airmy
Coat of arms of the Chilean Navy.svg Chilean Navy
Coat of arms of the Chilean Air Force.svg Chilean Air Force
Leadership
Commander-in-chiefSebastián Piñera
Meenister o DefenceAlberto Espina
Chief o the Jynt Chiefs o StaffVice Admiral Rodrigo Álvarez Aguirre
Manpower
Militar age18
Available for
militar service
3,815,761, age 15–49
Fit for
militar service
3,123,281, age 15–49
Reachin militar
age annually
150,084
Active personnel77,200[1]
Reserve personnel40,000[1]
Expenditures
BudgetUS$4.25 billion (2018)[1]
Percent o GDP1.4% (2018)[1]
Industry
Domestic suppliersFAMAE
ENAER
ASMAR
DTS
SISDEF
DESA
LINKTRONIC
Detroit Chile
Foreign suppliers Australie
 Brazil
 Canadae
 Colombia
 Fraunce
 Germany
 Israel
 Italy
 Spain
 Swaden
 Taiwan
 Unitit Kinrick
 Unitit States
Relatit airticles
RanksAirmy ranks
Air Force ranks
Navy ranks

The Airmed Forces o Chile (Spaingie: Fuerzas Armadas de Chile) is the unifeed militar organisation comprisin the Chilean Airmy, Air Force an Navy. The Preses o Chile is the commander in chief o the military, an formulates policy throu the Meenister o Defence. In recent years an aifter seiveral major reequipment programmes, the Chilean Airmed Forces hae become ane o the maist technologically advanced an professional airmed forces in Laitin Americae.[2] The Chilean Airmy is maistly supplied wi equipment frae Germany, the Unitit States, Israel, Fraunce, an Spain.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 IISS 2019, p. 404.
  2. Bawden, John R (2016). 'The Pinochet Generation: The Chilean Military in the Twentieth Century'. University of Alabama. pp. 218–219. ISBN 978-0-8173-1928-1.

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