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Military power of Norway & Brazil

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Norway vs Brazil

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Country: Norway (NO) Brazil (BR)
Capital: Oslo Brasília
Population: 5 213 985 204 451 000
Area: 323 802 km2 8 515 767 km2
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Military expenditures

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Military budget: 7,2 billion $ 22,8 billion $
Percent of GDP: 1,4% 1,3%

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Manpower

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Active personnel: 25 000 318 480
Reserve personnel: 46 000 1 340 000
Available for military: 1 078 181 53 350 703

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Land Forces

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Tanks: 52 469
Armoured fighting vehicles: 514 1 769
Total artillery: 38 956
Self-propelled artillery: 26 212
Rocket artillery: 12 198

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Air Forces

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Total aircraft: 125 749
Fighter aircraft: 0 47
Multirole aircraf: 53 0
Attack aircraft: 0 78
Helicopters: 34 249

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Navy

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Total naval: 45 108
Aircraftcarriers: 0 1
Destroyers: 0 0
Frigates: 5 8
Corvettes: 0 3
Submarines: 6 5

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Nuclear weapons

Norway

Does not have nuclear weapons.

Brazil

Does not have nuclear weapons.

Military service

Norway

18-44 years of age for male compulsory military service (55 years of age if you are an officer); 16 years of age in wartime; 17 years of age for male volunteers; 18 years of age for women. 19-month service with 12-month service obligation. Around 50% of conscripts are enrolled in the Home Guard, for a 7-month period (spread out over many years).

Brazil

18-45 years of age for compulsory military service; conscript service obligation is 10-12 months; 17-45 years of age for voluntary service; an increasing percentage of the ranks are "long-service" volunteer professionals; women were allowed to serve in the armed forces beginning in early 1980s when the Brazilian Army became the first army in South America to accept women into career ranks; women serve in Navy and Air Force only in Women's Reserve Corps.