Force Comparsion

Ground Warfare Assets

Compare the assets of the ground forces of the world’s major armies. Quantities and technology are hardly the only factors that determine the outcome of a conflict or the potency of a country’s ground force, but an analysis of the assets available can be used to indicate which countries are most capable both holding territory and of launching offensives and capturing enemy positions. These include basic infantry, battle tanks, artillery, combat helicopters, special forces and a number of support assets.
Capabilities By Country
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Infantry
Combat capable personnel including active soldiers, reservists, paramilitary and special forces.
Battle Tanks
Heavily armoured and armed combat vehicle which have served as a key component of modern armies since the First World War.
Combat Helicopters
Armoured rotary wing aircraft designed for frontline engagements deploying a heavy armament of missiles, rockets and guns. Highly effective tank hunters also effective in an anti infantry role. Heavily specialised submarine hunting platforms are also included.
Artillery
High calibre guns or rockets used to bombard enemy positions at long ranges.
Support Helicopters
Rotary wing aircraft fulfilling a number of non combat roles including surveillance, transport, search and rescue and special forces insertion. Often possess some defensive armaments. A key logistical asset for modern armies.
Armoured Fighting Vehicles
Armoured combat vehicles designed to provide limited supporting firepower while transporting infantry in combat zones.
Transport Aircrafts
Key to the logistics of any ground force, particularly those operating overseas. Designed to deliver all manner of support from infantry to tanks and missile systems.
Ground Based Ballistic Missile Strength - Rating from 1-6
Missiles following ballistic trajectories to deliver either nuclear or conventional warheads. A highly versatile weapons type with both ballistic and tactical uses. A military power's ballistic missile capabilities is rated from 1-6 based on a combination of the diversity and sophistication of its arsenal.
PERSONNEL
Active
0
Reserve
0
Paramilitary
0
Special Forces
0
BATTLE TANKS
COMBAT HELICOPTERS
ARTILLERY
Self Propelled Artillery
0
Towed Artillery
0
Rocket Artillery
0
BALLISTIC MISSILES
Intercontinental
Intermediate
Short Range
SUPPORT SYSTEMS
AFV
0
Support Helicopters
0
Airleft
0
Force Comparsion
Infantry
Combat capable personnel including active soldiers, reservists, paramilitary and special forces.
Battle Tanks
Heavily armoured and armed combat vehicle which have served as a key component of modern armies since the First World War.
Combat Helicopters
Armoured rotary wing aircraft designed for frontline engagements deploying a heavy armament of missiles, rockets and guns. Highly effective tank hunters also effective in an anti infantry role. Heavily specialised submarine hunting platforms are also included.
Artillery
High calibre guns or rockets used to bombard enemy positions at long ranges.
Support Helicopters
Rotary wing aircraft fulfilling a number of non combat roles including surveillance, transport, search and rescue and special forces insertion. Often possess some defensive armaments. A key logistical asset for modern armies.
Armoured Fighting Vehicles
Armoured combat vehicles designed to provide limited supporting firepower while transporting infantry in combat zones.
Transport Aircrafts
Key to the logistics of any ground force, particularly those operating overseas. Designed to deliver all manner of support from infantry to tanks and missile systems.
Ground Based Ballistic Missile Strength - Rating from 1-6
Missiles following ballistic trajectories to deliver either nuclear or conventional warheads. A highly versatile weapons type with both ballistic and tactical uses. A military power's ballistic missile capabilities is rated from 1-6 based on a combination of the diversity and sophistication of its arsenal.
PERSONNEL
Active
0
Reserve
0
Paramilitary
0
Special Forces
0
Active
0
Reserve
0
Paramilitary
0
Special Forces
0
Battle Tanks
COMBAT HELICOPTERS
ARTILLERY
Self Propelled Artillery
0
Towed Artillery
0
Rocket Artillery
0
Self Propelled Artillery
0
Towed Artillery
0
Rocket Artillery
0
BALLISTIC MISSILES
long Range
medium Range
short Range
SUPPORT SYSTEMS
AFV
0
Support Helicopters
0
Airleft
0
AFV
0
Support Helicopters
0
Airleft
0