Published on 29 Nov 2012 | over 4 years ago
1-REPUBLİC OF TURKEY
The Turkish Armed Forces is the second largest standing armed force in NATO, after the U.S. Armed Forces
Turkey is one of five NATO member states which are part of the nuclear sharing policy of the alliance, together with Belgium, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands.A total of 90 B61 nuclear bombs are hosted at the Incirlik Air Base, 40 of which are allocated for use by the Turkish Air Force.
In 1998, Turkey announced a modernization program worth US$160 billion over a twenty year period in various projects including tanks, fighter jets, helicopters, submarines, warships and assault rifles,Turkey is a Level 3 contributor to the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program
Turkish Army commenced to accept 209 BC, and today, the Turkish Army officially uses this date as its year of foundation
2-ISLAMIC REPUBLİC OF PAKISTAN
اسلامی جمہوریۂ پاكِستان
The armed forces of Pakistan are the eighth largest in the world in terms of numbers in full-time service, with about 617,000 personnel on active duty and 513,000 reservists in 2010
and Pakistan has a small nuclear power program, with 725 MWe capacity, but plans to increase this substantially
3-ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
جمهوری اسلامی ایران
The Islamic Republic of Iran has two types of armed forces: the regular forces Islamic Republic of Iran Army, Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force, Islamic Republic of Iran Navy and the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), totaling about 545,000 active troops. Iran also has around 350,000 Reserve Force totaling around 900,000 trained troops
Since 2005, Iran's nuclear program has become the subject of contention with the Western world due to suspicions that Iran could divert the civilian nuclear technology to a weapons program
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