Armed Forces of Sokala
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|The Armed Forces of Sokala|
Sandatahang Lakas ng Sokala
|Founded||August 4, 1927|
|Headquarters||Camp Belth, Bondoc City|
|Minister of National Defence||Catrina Mangumbatan|
|Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff||General Kody Rodriguez|
|Military age||Voluntary from 18, mandatory 20 to 38 years of age for males and females, wartime conscription 18–40 years of age|
|Conscription||3 years (From 2020)|
|Active personnel||2,798,171 (2021)|
|Reserve personnel||1,302,201 (2021)|
|Budget||₦ 35,464,025,591 (2021)|
|Percent of GDP||5%(2019)|
|Domestic suppliers||Armor and Rifle Manufacturers of Sokala|
|Foreign suppliers||Ambrosino LTD|
The Armed Forces of Sokala are the military forces of the Sokala. It consists of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard, and Mainland Defense Force. The president of Sokala is the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces and forms military policy with the Minister of National Defense (MND) and Ministry of Interior Security and Defense (MISD), acting as the principal organs by which military policy is carried out.
Service in the Sokalan military is a mandatory law. Residents residing in Sokala who turn 18 are conscripted, serving 2 years in the military. There is currently 500,000 active-duty personnel across the seven branches of the military.
Joint Chiefs of Staff
The Grand Sokalan Army is by far the largest of the military branches, with 319,268 as of 2019. This number is due to the fact that Sokala was ravaged by civil war in 2017 and currently has no military alliances and non-aggression pacts. The Grand Sokalan Army consists of several combined arms corps.
The Grand Sokalan Air Force has a total 159,634 personnel as of 2019.
The Grand Sokalan Navy has a total 119,725 personnel as of 2019.
Mainland Defense Force
The Mainland Defense Force has a total 39,908 personnel as of 2019.