The Global Firepower (GFP) website quantifies the world's strongest and weakest militaries. How much do you know about military power? Take this quiz to find out.
Russia roughly doubles Japan's mine output.
The U.S. spends far more on military projects and equipment than other countries.
Four thousand one hundred tanks is an incredible amount of firepower for such a tiny nation.
It currently includes more than 120 countries, and its developers are constantly adding more to the list.
It produces about 11 million barrels per day. The U.S. is the top oil producer, at 13.7 million barrels of oil per day.
They spent about $1.7 trillion, an unimaginable amount of money.
The analysts use about 50 variables to come up with their results.
Estonia has six aircraft and no tanks.
Nukes are not included in these rankings.
Its small size belies its potent fighting force.
According to GFP, no other country can compete with the U.S. for air superiority.
Many countries simply don't have access to oceans and don't require a navy.
Seventy-five is low considering the region's traditional naval power.
Japan has three aircraft carriers, and its total naval strength score is 131.
Its total naval strength score is 415. With two huge coasts to protect and an image to project, the U.S. Navy is powerful for a reason
It doesn't, although political stability (or lack thereof) is very important.
Even China can't compete with India's 7,000 artillery pieces.
Compared to the rest of the world, Russia is crazy about tanks
It has about 15,000 tanks. That's a third more than China.
Constant internal strife means Somalia doesn't have the time or money to defend itself.
The country's air force would not last long in a battle with its 25 aircraft.
Somalia has 61 airports — far more than its 25 aircraft.
As an economic powerhouse, Brazil can afford its military expenditures.
With a $40 billion budget, the country's military spending is in the top 10 worldwide.
It has 120 million people fit for service, higher than many nations but far short of No. 1.
About 20 million people reach military age every year. The Chinese have huge strength in numbers.
It has 13,500 aircraft. Russia is a distant second with 3,500 aircraft.
Even with its internal political problems, Egypt has a lot of military might.
Few countries can even fathom China's depth of manpower.
With four planes, Latvia doesn't really have an air force.