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Answer Army 507,158 Navy 347,693 Air Force 347,352 Marines 179,762 Total DOD 1,381,965 Coast Guard 41,002 Total Armed Forces …1,422,967 Reserves 1,000,000 Paramilitary 53,000 Total for US Military 2,475,967
More than a decade ago, I heard it was 3 million.
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Research the websites; and add up EACH countries Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard; plus the Reserves of each component.
Yes and no. All military personnel from any country are given basic training as combatants in case they need it, and on a few occasions they have needed it, but only a percent…age of any military organization find themselves at "the sharp end." The rest of them do maintenance, push pencils, and load trucks, planes, ships, which allows those at "the sharp end" to have what they need to fight. * In the US military, Quakers and other conscientious objectors have abstained from combat, but they have served as medics and other non-combat personnel.
As of November 2011 the numbers are this: Army - 109,520 (Regular) + 33,100 (TA soldiers) RAF - 41,330 (Regular) + 1500 (Volunteer Reserves) Royal Navy - 36,640 (Regular) +… 2,300 (Volunteer Reserves) The SDSR (The Strategic Defense and Security Review) are affecting the number in the British Military at the moment, so they will be decreased to this by 2015: Army - 95000 + 35000 TA soldiers RAF - 33000 Royal Navy - 30000
In order to take appropriate actions necessary to ensure tasked to deploy personnel and cargo meet the supported Combatant Commanders CoCOM requirements as identified in the Time Phased Force Deploy?
All of the above
Military units range in size from a Fire Team to an Army, from hundreds to thousands of men. Army Corps Division Regiment Brigade Battalion …Company Platoon Squad Fire Team
In World War 2
The estimates vary greatly on the ratio of support to combat soldiers, but the situation has certainly improved over time. For instance, the American Civil War had roughly… ten soldiers for every single support unit. World War One featured about three support staff for every ten soldiers. In Vietnam, the average support to combat ratio was 1:2. Today, that ratio suffers as a result of cutbacks and layoffs, but ranges anywhere from 20:1 to 50:1.
In World War 2
Probably, the navy seals are given amphetamines (speed) daily. But then again maybe not, because soldiers in Vietnam indulged into drugs like heroin and marijuana that would c…ause them to be jailed 5-10 years when caught and removed from the military.
In US Military
There were 36,516 killed including 2,830 non-combat deaths.
my father was stationed in Alaska during the Vietnam war