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Military power of Philippines & Austria

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Philippines vs Austria

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Country: Philippines (PH) Austria (AT)
Capital: Manila Vienna
Population: 102 984 100 8 725 931
Area: 300 000 km2 83 879 km2
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Military expenditures

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Military budget: 3 billion $ 2,8 billion $
Percent of GDP: 1,3% 0,74%

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Manpower

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Active personnel: 125 000 22 400
Reserve personnel: 180 000 150 000
Available for military: 25 614 135 1 941 110

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Land Forces

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Tanks: 0 56
Armoured fighting vehicles: 672 215
Total artillery: 323 83
Self-propelled artillery: 0 83
Rocket artillery: 0 0

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Air Forces

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Total aircraft: 219 133
Fighter aircraft: 12 15
Multirole aircraf: 0 0
Attack aircraft: 8 0
Helicopters: 127 67

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Navy

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Total naval: 129 0
Aircraftcarriers: 0 0
Destroyers: 0 0
Frigates: 3 0
Corvettes: 10 0
Submarines: 0 0

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Nuclear weapons

Philippines

Does not have nuclear weapons.

Austria

Does not have nuclear weapons.

Military service

Philippines

17-23 years of age (officers 20-24) for voluntary military service; no conscription; applicants must be single male or female Philippine citizens with either 72 college credit hours (enlisted) or a baccalaureate degree (officers).

Austria

Registration requirement at age 17, the legal minimum age for voluntary military service; 18 is the legal minimum age for compulsory military service (6 months), or optionally, alternative civil/community service (9 months); males 18 to 50 years old in the militia or inactive reserve are subject to compulsory service; in a January 2012 referendum, a majority of Austrians voted in favor of retaining the system of compulsory military service (with the option of alternative/non-military service) instead of switching to a professional army system.