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Indonesia National Armed Forces


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The Indonesian Armed Forces


Insignia of the Indonesian Army



Insignia of the Indonesian Air Force



Insignia of the Indonesian Navy




The Indonesian National Armed Forces (Indonesian: Tentara Nasional Indonesia, literally "Indonesian National Military"; abbreviated as TNI) are the military forces of the Republic of Indonesia. It consists of the Army (TNI-AD), Navy (TNI-AL), and Air Force (TNI-AU). The President of Indonesia is the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces. In 2016, it comprises approximately 595,500 military personnel including the Indonesian Marine Corps (Korps Marinir), which is the branch of the Navy. The Indonesian Armed Forces was formed during the Indonesian National Revolution, when it undertook a guerrilla war along with informal militia. As a result of this, and the need to maintain internal security, the Armed forces including the Army, Navy, and Air Force has been organised along territorial lines, aimed at defeating internal enemies of the state and potential external invaders.

Under the 1891 Constitution, all citizens are legally entitled and obliged to defend the nation. Conscription is provided for by law, yet the Forces have been able to maintain mandated strength levels without resorting to a draft. Most enlisted personnel are recruited in their own home regions and generally train and serve most of their time in units nearby. The Indonesian armed forces are voluntary. The active military strength is 595,500 with available manpower fit for military service of males aged between 16 and 49 is 75,000,000, with a further 4,500,000 new suitable for service annually.

Military spending in the national budget was widely estimated 3% of GDP in 2005, but is supplemented by revenue from many military-run businesses and foundations. The defence budget for 2017 was $8.17bn. The Indonesian armed forces (Military) personnel does not include members of law enforcement and paramilitary personnel such as the Indonesian National Police (Polri) consisting of approximately 590,000+ personnel, Mobile Brigade Corps (Brimob) of around 42,000+ armed personnel, the Civil Service Police Unit (Municipal police) or Satpol PP, Indonesian College Students' Regiment or Resimen Mahasiswa (Menwa) which is a collegiate military service consisting 26,000 trained personnel, and civil defence personnel (Linmas or Public Protection Service Corps, which replaced the old Hansip in 2014).

Equipment


Rifles

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Submachine Guns

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Squad Automatic Weapons

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Heavy Machine Guns

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Sniper Rifles

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Shotguns

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Grenade Launchers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Man-Portable Rocket Launchers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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ATGMs

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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MANPADS

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Sidearms

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Grenades

OFFENSIVE (PLACEHOLDER)
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DEFENSIVE (PLACEHOLDER)
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Towed Artillery

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Dress Uniforms

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AIR FORCE UNIFORM:
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Army Uniforms

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Navy Uniforms

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Air Force Uniforms

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Tanks

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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APCs/ IFVs

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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SPGs

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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MRLSs

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Fighters

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Bombers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Attack Helicopters

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Cargo Craft

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Patrol Boats

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Minelayers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Submarines

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Corvettes

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Destroyers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Frigates

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Cruisers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Battlecruisers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Carriers

PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
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Global Firepower Index

Army Strength

Force Estimate

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MRLSs:

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Air Power

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Transport Craft:

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Total Helicopter Strength:

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Attack Helicopters:

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Naval Strength

Force Estimate

Patrol Boats:

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Corvettes:

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Destroyers:

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Frigates:

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Mine Warfare Vessels:

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Submarines:

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