January 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p200
The article profiles the country Spain emphasizing on its Armed Forces organization. Spain has 82,600 military personnel in the Army which has several structures including Land Force HQ, Heavy Forces Command and Operational Logistic Force. In the Navy, it has 32,000 personnel and has mentioned several fleets including STOVL aircraft carrier, frigates and patrol ships. In the Air Force, it has 25,000 personnel and has several major air bases in Salamanca, Zaragoza and Talavera.


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