United Kingdom - War List


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    War List of the United Kingdom of Great Britain


    Official Nation name: The United Kingdom of Great Britain

    Conventional Nation name(s): The United Kingdom, Great Britain, Britain, UK


    Branches:

    British Army (personnel): 725,000

    Royal Air Force (planes): 25,140

    Royal Navy (ships): 306

    Total military personnel: 1,204,840

    Total upkeep cost: 13,070

    Total IC's available: 100,898

    Total IC's used: 100,770


    Units

    Motorised Infantry: 0

    Mechanised Infantry: 55

    Airborne: 35

    Special Forces: 5

    Armour: 20

    Artillery: 30


    Fighter: 500

    Fighter-Bomber: 230

    Attack Helicopter: 90

    AWACS: 6

    Tanker: 10

    Transport: 0

    Bomber: 0

    Strategic Bomber*: 0


    Patrol Boat: 70

    Corvette: 0

    Frigate: 65

    Destroyer: 100

    Cruiser*: 0

    Transport Ship: 0

    Amphibious Assault Carrier: 4

    Helicarrier: 2

    Aircraft Carrier, Light: 0

    Aircraft Carrier, Standard: 0

    Supercarrier*: 2

    Attack Submarine, Diesel (SSK): 0

    Attack Submarine, Nuclear* (SSN): 55

    Cruise Missile Submarine, Nuclear* (SSGN): 0

    Ballistic Missile Submarine, Nuclear* (SSBN): 8

    ICBM silo*: 2

    Mobile ICBM launcher*: 0

    Strategic Nuclear Warheads: 1,024

    Strategic Nuclear Missiles: 128

    Conventional Ballistic Missiles: 20,000


    Technologies

    Satellites*: Yes

    Military Satellite Network*: Yes

    Space programme: Yes

    Space research programme*: Yes

    Nuclear technology*: Yes

    Nuclear weapons*: Yes

    Biological weapons*: Yes

    Chemical weapons*: Yes


  • Commission

    1 January 2017

    In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and with the tradition of the Ministry of Defence, I hereby inform the public that an updated audit of the British Armed Forces has been conducted. This audit reflects the changes that were made in the Autumn Statement 2016.

    Sir Michael Fallon, MP

    Secretary of State for Defence


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    14 October 2017

    His Majesty's Government will be going through an internal strategy and policy review ahead of the 2017 autumn Budget. This review will allow the Ministry of Defence to make several suggestions and recommendations upon constructing the United Kingdom's defence budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, and it will take into consideration the new security challenges of a long term deployment to Dromund Kaas that we have engaged in as a country and the ever changing situation in the security of the realm. 

    The Rt. Hon. Sir Michael Fallon KCB MP

    Secretary of State for Defence


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