Russia’s Military Statistics

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Statistic Verification
Source: CIA.gov, countrystudies.us, RIA Novosti
Date Verified: 2.28.2014
The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, representing the 6th era of Russia’s military, was established after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The military consists of 6 branches: Ground Forces, Air Force, Aerospace Defence Forces, Airborne Troops, Navy and Missile Troops.
Russian Military Statistics Data
Active Personel (2013) 766,000
Reserve Personel 2,035,000
Males age 16-49 available for military service: 34,765,736
Females age 16-49 available for military service: 35,410,779
Males age 16-49 fit for military service: 22,597,728
Females age 16-49 fit for military service: 23,017,006
Military expenditures as percentage of GDP 2013 4.47%
Military expenditures in 2013 $90.7 Billion (USD)
Number of Major Conflicts involving Russian Federation (1992-Present) 8
Number of Major Conflicts involving Soviet Union (1922-1991) 14
Number of Major Conflicts involving Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1917–1922) 12
Number of Major Conflicts involving Russian Empire (1721–1917) 35
Number of Major Conflicts involving Tsardom of Russia (1547–1721) 13
Number of Major Conflicts involving Grand Duchy of Moscow (1283–1547) 7
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Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: August 2, 2016

Russia’s Military Statistics

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