January 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p147
The article profiles the country Germany emphasizing its Armed Forces organization. The German has about 92,463 military personnel in the Army in which it includes a list of military vehicles including Boxer 8x8 alternative fuel vehicle (AFV), FENNEK JFST and LEOPARD 1. In the Navy, it has about 17,051 personnel in which there are six submarines of Type 206As. In the Air Force, it has 43,317 personnel in which the central command agency is the Air Force Command.


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