Military in Algeria

Military in Algeria Last updated on Monday 19th April 2010

Armed forces: 121,7000 (65 conscripts).

Other: 180,000 (National Security Forces, Republican Guards and Gendarmerie)

Military branches: National Popular Army, Navy, Air Force, Territorial Air Defense, and National Gendarmerie

The president of the republic is the commander-in-chief of all armed forces.

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