Chilean Army

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Chilean Army
Coat of arms of the Chilean Army.svg
Always Victorious and Undefeated
Strength 45,000 recruits (12,700 are conscripts)
Military expenditures
Dollar figure $9.7 billion (2008 est.)
Percent of GDP 4% (2008 est.)

The Chilean Army is the land armed forces branch of the Chilean Armed Forces. There are 45,000 recruits in the army of which 12,400 are conscripts.[1]

In terms of innovation, the Chilean Army has become one of the most technologically advanced and professional armies by having used programs to get better and more modern equipment.[2][3] They have acquired a number of new methods to help them have a completely modern army.

The Chilean Army receives military equipment from many countries of the world.

References[change | change source]

  1. International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), The Military Balance, 2002–2003 Retrieved 6 April 2012
  2. Chile : Country Studies - Federal Research Division, Library of Congress Retrieved 6 April 2012
  3. Chile (01/08) Retrieved 6 April 2012

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