Forces: August 4, 1999


The Czech Army: Immediate Reaction Force, 4th Rapid Deployment Brigade Rapid Reaction Force 2ndMechanized Brigade 7th Mechanized Brigade 6th Combined Rocket Launcher Regiment 11th Military Intelligence and EW Brigade 1stSignal Brigade

Main Defense Forces

  • 3rd Training and Mobilization Base
  • 1stArtillery Training and Mobilization Base
  • 1st Engineer Training and Mobilization Base
  • 6thTraining and Mobilization Base
  • 12th MI/EW Training and Mobilization Base
  • 1st Anti-Aircraft Training and Mobilization Base
  • 1st Chemical Training and Mobilization Base
  • --Stephen V Cole

    In this section we will compile data on the overall combat value of the world's military forces. Below is a list of our estimate of the most powerful land forces in the world. Taken into account are quantity and quality. Naval power is pretty much the United States, with America possessing over half the planet's naval power.

    Given the wide deployment of U.S. armed forces, they are rated separately by region. We will add more details for this analysis in the future. You can find similar information in the current edition of How to Make War.

  • China
  • Russia
  • Korea, South
  • United States, North America
  • Vietnam
  • Germany
  • India
  • Taiwan
  • Iran
  • Israel
  • Turkey
  • Korea, North
  • Iraq
  • Sweden
  • South Africa
  • France
  • United Kingdom
  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Poland
  • Pakistan
  • Egypt
  • Ukraine
  • Japan
  • US Pacific
  • Greece
  • Netherlands
  • Syria
  • Finland
  • Rumania
  • Brazil
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Iceland
  • Spain
  • Norway
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Serbia
  • Singapore
  • Indonesia
  • Hungary
  • Ethiopia
  • Austria
  • Thailand
  • Denmark
  • Uzbekistan
  • Czech Rep.
  • Algeria
  • Chile
  • Australia
  • Cuba

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