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The Nordic Defence Cooperation (Nordefco) is a collaboration among the Nordic countries in the area of defense. Its five members are Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. The organization was established on November 4, 2009 in Helsinki. The leadership of the organization is rotational.

Pakistan is a country located in Southern Asia with an area of 796,095 km2 (land boundries: 7,257 km and costline 1,046 km). The capital of Pakistan is Islamabad. The number of inhabitants is 225,199,937.

Pakistan has Major Non-NATO Ally (MNNA) status with the USA. The Pakistan military inventory includes a broad mix of equipment, primarily from China, France, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Pakistan also has a large domestic defense industry. China is the leading foreign supplier of arms to Pakistan.

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Military expenditures

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Military budget: 18.2 billion $ 10.4 billion $
Percent of GDP: 0% 4%

Military budget

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Highest value in the world: 916 billion $ (USA)
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Manpower

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Active personnel: 70,650 654,000
Reserve personnel: 971,300 550,000
Available for military: 4,299,331 48,453,305

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Highest value in the world: 2,035,000 (China)
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Land Forces

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Tanks: 412 3,742
Armoured fighting vehicles: 4,644 8,710
Total artillery: 1,133 6,308
Self-propelled artillery: 180 1,225
Rocket artillery: 71 1,738

Tanks

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Highest value in the world: 12,267 (Russia)
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Air Forces

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Total aircraft: 469 1,531
Fighter aircraft: 0 60
Multirole aircraft: 174 275
Attack aircraft: 0 69
Helicopters: 118 400
UCAV (combat drone): 0 113

Total aircraft

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Highest value in the world: 12,930 (USA)
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Navy

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Total naval: 397 96
Aircraftcarriers: 0 0
Destroyers: 0 0
Frigates: 4 8
Corvettes: 15 0
Submarines: 11 6

Total naval

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Highest value in the world: 967 (North Korea)
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Nuclear weapons

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Pakistan

Pakistan is one of several nations that are not the part of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Yet, the Pakistani government managed to acquire nuclear warheads, or at least it is believed so. The entire pursuit for nuclear power began at the beginning of 1970s. It was back then, when Western Powers heard about Pakistan efforts of developing nuclear weapons. At the beginning the government established first nuclear power plant. It was located near Karachi. Noteworthy is the fact that it was possible due to the help of Western nations, which provided Pakistan with necessary equipment and materials. Later on, the president of Pakistan said that the main goal of Pakistan is to construct nuclear weapons. It was a response to India’s claim that they are capable of building nuclear weapons.

Although throughout the 1970s and at the beginning of 1980s there were little facts regarding Pakistan’ nuclear capabilities, there were rumours that from the mid-1980s, Pakistan already had a few warheads. However, it was only in 1998 that Pakistan decided to conduct their first nuclear tests. There were 6 tests and they were the response to 5 tests that India conducted several weeks before Pakistan.

Military service

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Pakistan

16-23 years of age for voluntary military service; soldiers cannot be deployed for combat until age 18; the Pakistani Air Force and Pakistani Navy have inducted their first female pilots and sailors; the Pakistan Air Force recruits aviation technicians at age 15; service obligation (Navy) 10-18 years; retirement required after 18-30 years service or age 40-52.