Roushie Airmed Forces

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Airmed Forces o the Roushie Federation
Вооружённые Си́лы Росси́йской Федера́ции
Banner of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (obverse).svg
Banner o the Airmed Forces o the Roushie Federation
Foondit 7 May 1992
Service branches Grund Forces Roushie Grund Forces
Air Force Roushie Aerospace Forces
Navy Roushie Navy
Grund Forces Strategic Missile Truips
Grund Forces Roushie Airborne Truips
Герб ССО.png Special Operations Forces
Supreme Commander-in-Chief Preses Vladimir Putin
Meenister o Defence General o the Army Sergey Shoigu
Chief o the General Staff General o the Airmy Valery Gerasimov
Militar age 18~27
Conscription 12 months[1]
Active personnel 1,013,000 (2017)[2][3][4][5][6][7] (ranked 5t)
Reserve personnel 2,500,000[8][9][10]
Budget $70 billion (2017)[11] (ranked 3rd)
Percent o GDP 5.4% (FY 2015)[12]
Domestic suppliers
Relatit airticles
History Militar history o Roushie
History o Roushie militar ranks
Militaryranks o the Soviet Union
Wars Roushie Involved
Ranks Air Force ranks an insignia
Airmy ranks an insignia
Navy ranks an insignia

The Airmed Forces o the Roushie Federation (Roushie: Вооружённые Си́лы Росси́йской Федера́ции) are the militar service o the Roushie Federation, established efter the dissolution o the Soviet Union.

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  8. "The Global Intelligence Files". Retrieved 1 April 2015.  IISS listed total reserves as 20,000,000 for many years, assuming a Soviet-style callup. The potential reserve personnel of Russia may be as high as 20 million, depending on how the figures are counted.
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  11. "Top 15 Defence Budgets 2015". International Institute for Strategic Studies. Retrieved 12 July 2016. 
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