Which is the largest Navy in the world?
INDIAN NAVY is the largest and the most powerful NAVY in the whole world
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The United States Navy, for now. Before WWII, the British RoyalNavy was supreme. IN the future, who knows? The USA is in decline,and both Russia and China are expanding their …fleets.
United States > Russia > People's Republic of China
During World War I, it was the British Empire that had the largestnavy out of all of the combatants. As part of their venerablemaritime tradition while also a function of thei…r imperialholdings, the British navy was superior in numbers as well as, onthe whole, quality by comparison with all of the other navies inthe world at that time.
The british in terms of gross tonnage of ships
America has the largest navy. currently there are 342000 people on active duty and about 129634 on reserve. link: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/2076694.cms
The British: The Royal Navy.
first answer: The three largest navies in the world at the start in 1939 were United States, Great Britain & Japan. The US & GB navies were about the same size at the start. B…eginning in 1940 the US Navy began to exceed the size of the British Royal Navy. By the end of the war in August 1945, the US Navy was by far the largest in the world. In fact, its size was greater than any other navy in world history (before or after the war). The british navy was the largest at the beginning ww2 second answer: Also the US Navy at the end of the Second World War had a very large qualitative advantage over the navies of almost all other nations with respect to: electronics & radar; naval aviation-aircraft, crew & support; damage control training & procedures, large fleet operations; anti-submarine warfare; anti-aircraft weapons & proximity fuses; naval gunfire (range, accuracy, armor penetration, rate of fire, etc.); superior ship classes (faster, longer range, better protected, more firepower, etc); excellent at-sea refueling & replenishment capability; better maintained & supplied units; and better signals security. Bottom line-By the end of the war, the US Navy was both extremely large and extremely well armed, equipped, trained, manned, and led.
Great Britain had the largest navy in WW1.
Currently, in terms of personal, Russia with approximately 150,000 seamen.
1. United States. 2. Russia. 3. People's Republic of China. 4. United Kingdom. 5. Japan. 6. France. 7. India. 8. South Korea. 9. Italy. 10. Spain
Once upon a time everyone said Rule Britannia and it was true with an empire not too much smaller than the moon the Royal Navy at its Peak had 41 Battleships and 9 Battlecruis…ers not to mention massive amounts of support vessels and lighter vessels and until the end of the Second World War the Royal Navy was the Largest in the world but all dominion Navies were considered Basically British and all of them today Combined would still probably only be Second or Third because we would never let that happen and we can out build the Commonwealth easily because those nations mainly Australia use old American Frigates and we have 10 carriers the Commonwealth have three to two at any one time and they are small light carriers submarines are even worse with most of the Commonwealth being Diesel and only Britain having Nuclear Submarines
In History of Maritime
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In World War 2
The Royal Australian Navy had the Fifth largest navy in the world at the begginning of World War 2.
In World War 1
it was believed to be Britain's navy
In World War 1
In History of Maritime
No. The US Navy is both the largest and most modern navy in the world. Top 10 navies in the world: USA 683,500 total (433,500 sailors + 250,000 marines) (289 ships,… 3700+ aircraft) China 250,000 Russia 142,000 South Korea 68,000 India 64,000 France 57,000 Mexico 56,000 Taiwan 53,000 (this is 23,000 sailors + 30,000 marines) Turkey 48,600 North Korea 48,000 --- Note that most countries report both sailors and marines in their navy total numbers, for example Taiwan's 53,000 member navy is 23,000 sailors and 30,000 marines. I don't know the break downs for sailor to marine ratio in most countries navy totals. Note also numbers are rough estimates for example 250,000 US marines breaks down to around 200,000 on active duty and 50,000 reserve. Or the numbers for France include 15,000 "part time" sailors.