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Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Army Power

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Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Military Strength: The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, formerly known as the Taliban government, has reemerged as a powerful force in the country since its ouster in 2001. In the last few years, the militant group has regained control of large swaths of the country and has expanded its influence in areas that were previously under the control of the Afghan government. As a result, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has become a formidable military force in the region. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has a wide range of military capabilities, ranging from conventional forces to guerrilla tactics and asymmetrical warfare. The group is believed to possess a diverse array of small arms, light and heavy weapons, including artillery, rockets, and even armored vehicles. In addition, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is thought to have access to various military aircraft, such as attack helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, and transport planes. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has also developed a strong network of military training camps, where recruits are taught guerrilla warfare tactics and are given instruction in the use of weapons and explosives.


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MILITARY POWER : For 2023, Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is ranked 15 of 145 out of the countries considered for the annual GFP review. It holds a PwrIndx* score of 0.2572 (a score of 0.0000 is considered 'perfect').

  • PwrIndx: Each nation is assessed on individual and collective values processed through an in-house formula to generate its 'PwrIndx' (Power Index) score. Some values are estimated when official numbers are not available. View the NOTES tab below for a detailed breakdown of other assessments.

Geography : Square Land Area: 652,867km² ; Waterways: 1,200km ; Shared Borders: 5,987km ; Coastline Coverage: Landlocked ;

Logistics : Labor Forces: 4,700,000 ; Airports : 46 ; Railway : 473km ; Roadway : 34,903km ;

Financial : Purchasing Power Parity : $1,120,000,000,000 ; External Debt : $1,068,000,000 ; Defense Budget: $67,000,000,000 ; Foreign Exchange/Gold: $178,382,000,000 ;

Natural Resources : Oil Consumption: 2,400,000 bbl ; Oil Production: 3,150,000 bbl ; Oil Reserves: 5,600,000,000 bbl ;

Man-Power : Population 2022 : 38,346,720 ; Available Manpower : 23,563,637 ; Fit For Service : 12,252,839 ; Active Duty : 567,800 ; Reserved Duty : 436.000 ; Para duty : 350,000 ; Total Duties : 1,353,000 ;

Land-Power : Rocket Artillery : 457 ; Towed Artillery : 792 ; Self Propelled Artillery : 926 ; Battle Tanks : 1,727 ; Armored Vehicles : 12,063

Air-Power : Total Aircraft : 854 ; Transport : 53 ; Fighters : 352 ; Special-Mission: 34 ; Attack Helicopter : 43 ; Helicopter: 372 ; Special Forces : Badri 313 - Made in 2021 ; GDI - Made in 2021 ; Jundullah - Made in 2021 ;

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is a military group that is currently operating in the country. The group is estimated to have a significant presence and influence in the region, but its exact number of members and range of activities is not fully known. It is estimated that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has a significant military presence in the country, with reports of its fighters engaging in battles against government forces. However, the exact size, strength and capabilities of the group are not fully known. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is thought to be made up of various factions and ideologies, with Sunni and Shia Muslims being the most prominent. It is believed that the group is composed of former Taliban fighters, as well as other Afghans who have joined the group due to their beliefs and convictions. Reports suggest that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is heavily armed and has access to weapons and explosives. Despite the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s estimated presence and influence in the country, its exact scope and activities remain largely unknown. As such, any assertions about the group’s size, capabilities and intentions are largely based on speculation and estimates.

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