The Global Firepower has just updated its ranking of the world’s largest military powers.
This regular update of the site provides the latest quantitative and qualitative data on the armed forces of 125 countries.
Experts calculate what is called a ‘power index’ to rank the overall military force based on more than 50 factors, such as logistics resources, and annual defense spending.
Below is the latest ranking of the 25 largest military powers.
1 – USA
Human Resources: 145million people.
2 – Russia
Human resources: 70million people
3 – China
Human Resources: 750 million people
4 – India
Human resources: 616million people
5 – France
Human Resources: 30million people.
6 – United Kingdom
Human Resources: 24million people
7 – Japan
Human resources: 54million people
8 – Turkey
Human Resources: 42million people.
9 – Germany
Human Resources: 37million people
10 – Italy
Human Resources: 28million people
11 – South Korea
Human resources: 26million people
12 – Egypt
Human resources: 42million people
13 – Pakistan
Human Resources: 95million people
14 – Indonesia
Human Resources: 130million people
15 – Brazil
Human Resources: 107million people
16 – Israel
Human Resources: 3.6million people
17 – Vietnam
Human resources: 50.6million people
18 – Poland
Human Resources: 19million people
19 – Taiwan
Human resources: 12.2million people
20 – Thailand
Human resources: 35.5million people.
Human Resources: 47million people
22 – Canada
Human Resources: 16million people
23 – Australia
Human resources: 10.7million people
24 – Saudi Arabia
Human Resources: 15.3million people
25 – North Korea
Human Resources: 13million people.