List of Military Powers in the World

With the current military strength, the TNI is still unable to protect the entire territory of Indonesia. Therefore, the government will modernize and add defense equipment. Indonesia’s military strength is ranked 16th out of 140 countries according to Global Fire Power. Its strength index is at 0.2684, below Germany (0.2519) and above Saudi Arabia (0.3231). Even higher than Australia, Israel and Spain. In first place is the United States. Russia’s next position. Then, in third place is China. Launching from the Global Fire Power or GFP website, Indonesia is the country with the strongest military power in the Southeast Asian region. This site measures these forces based on the number of human resources, air force, land, and sea, as well as natural resources, logistics, finance, and geography. Indonesia is recorded this year has 800 thousand military personnel, consisting of 400 thousand active military and the rest are reserves. The country also has 108.6 million inhabitants which is very useful in times of war. In terms of natural resources, the country’s oil production capacity reaches 800 thousand barrels per day. Its reserves are 3.2 billion barrels. Then, in terms of the main tools of the Indonesian National Army weapon system, aka…

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10 Most Deadly Special Forces in the World

Almost all military units of a country have elite special forces, the most formidable units to be proud of. The abilities of these special forces members are usually far above normal people due to the strenuous training that has tempered them to make them the world’s elite troops. In Indonesia, we have the Special Forces Command (Kopassus) which is highly regarded by the world and is included in the list of the 10 deadliest special forces below. Almost all military units of a country have elite special forces, the most formidable units to be proud of. The abilities of these special forces members are usually far above normal people due to the strenuous training that has tempered them to make them the world’s elite troops. In Indonesia, we have the Special Forces Command (Kopassus) which is highly regarded by the world and is included in the list of the 10 deadliest below. Thomas Benmetan in SEAsia writes, in a world where the mere size of the country’s military is no longer the only indicator of effectiveness, the existence of Special Forces can be considered as the most formidable unit that a country can be proud of. Special Forces are undaunted…

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