Manpower - reserve personnel

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Interactive map of reserve military personnel in each country. Supported countries only.

The number of military personnel in the reserve forces that are not normally kept under arms, whose role is to be available to mobilize when necessary.

Military service is service by an individual or group in an army or other militia, whether as a chosen job or as a result of an involuntary draft. A nation with a fully volunteer military does not normally require mandatory military service from its citizens, unless it is faced with a recruitment crisis during a time of war.
South Korea 2 970 000
1

Russia 2 000 000
2

Iran 1 800 000
3

Brazil 1 340 000
4

India 1 155 000
5

Egypt 1 000 000
6

USA 811 000
7

Ukraine 700 000
8

North Korea 600 000
9

Pakistan 550 000
10

Poland 515 000
11

China 510 000
12

Israel 445 000
13

Turkey 407 122
14

Indonesia 400 000
15

Azerbaijan 300 000
16

Malaysia 296 300
17

Armenia 230 000
18

Greece 216 000
19

Philippines 131 000
20

Canada 119 000
21

Switzerland 80 000
22

Romania 80 000
23

United Kingdom 75 110
24

Japan 56 100
25

Norway 46 000
26

Italy 41 867
27

Germany 40 000
28

Austria 35 000
29

Netherlands 32 200
30

France 27 680
31

Australia 25 398
32

Hungary 17 000
33

Spain 16 200
34

Sweden 12 000
35

Saudi Arabia 0
36

United Arab Emirates 0
37

Syria 0
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