• Philippines’ defense forces (completed as per ra 7898, 2010-2016)

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    PERSONNEL (as of 2016)
    Active Personnel: 160,000
    Reserve Personnel: 430,000

    Philippine Army
    Harris Falcon II Radios (20W Manpack, 20W High Frequency, 50W Vehicle Mounted, 5W Handheld)
    Upgraded M113 Armored Personnel Carriers
    KM-451 Field Ambulances
    6 M-71 155mm Howitzers and Ammunition from (together with the Philippine Navy)
    R4A3 5.56mm (together with the Philippine Navy)
    28 Armored Vehicles
    3,480 Force Protection Equipment
    2,200 40mm grenade launchers
    44 60mm mortars
    12,657 assault rifles

    Philippine Navy
    Coast Watch Stations
    BRP Tagbanua landing craft utility (LCU)
    Upgrade of Jacinto-class patrol craft
    2 Frigates, one more on the way
    5 AW-109E Power naval helicopters
    Strategic Sealift Vessel (Tarlac-class) landing platform dock
    44, 080 force protection equipment
    50, 629 assault rifles
    Multi-Purpose Attack Craft
    Philippine Air Force:
    8 AW-109E Power armed helicopters
    3 C-295M medium tactical transport aircraft
    2 NC-212i light tactical transport aircraft
    18 SF-260FH basic trainer aircraft
    Bell 412 combat utility helicopters
    UH-1 combat utility helicopters
    2 FA-50 lead-in fighter supersonic aircraft

    Comparative military modernization with other Asian nations as of 2013

    THAILAND’S DEFENSE FORCES

    Army
    190,000 military personnel, with 200,000 reserves
    Tanks: 793 (50 Type-69, 105 M48A5, 178 M60A1, 154 Scorpion, 200 M41, 106 Stingray)
    APCs: 1,035 (340 M113, 162 V150 Commando, 18 Condor, 450 Type-85, 32 Shorland Mk3,
    33 LVTP-7)
    155mm howitzers: 218 (56 M114, 62 M198, 32 M71, 42 GHN-45/A1, 20 M109A2, 12 GC45)
    Other artillery: LG1 105mm, M101/M102 105mm, M168A2 105mm, Type 59 130mm
    81mm, 107mm, 120mm mortars
    Anti-Tank missiles: TOW, Dragon

    Navy
    1 Aircraft Carrier (Chakri Naruebet, with 9 Harrier V/STOL fighter-bombers, 6 S-70B
    Seahawk helicopters)
    Missile-equipped naval vessels: 16 (4 Jianghu frigates, 2 Naresuan frigates, 2 Knox frigates,
    2 Rattanakosin corvettes, 3 Ratcharit missile boats and 3 Prabparapak missile boats)
    Minehunters: 7
    LSTs: 7
    On Order: 2 Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs)

    Air Force
    13 F5A/B jetfighters
    50 F16A/B jetfighters
    36 F5 Tiger II fighter-bombers
    34 L-39ZA training/ground attack
    3 IAI-201 ELINT
    18 OV-10C, 3 RF-5A reconnaissance aircraft
    20 Alpha jet trainers
    58 MR/ASW aircraft (various makes: P3T Orion, UP-3T, Do-228, F-27, S2F, Cessna T337
    Skymaster, A-7E, TA-7C, O-1G, U-17B, N-24A Nomad)
    SAM: Redeye, HN-5A, Aspide, Blowpipe, RBS-70, Starburst

    INDONESIA’S DEFENSE FORCES

    Army
    230,000 military personnel, with 400,000 reserves
    Tanks: 455 (275 AMX13, 50 Scorpion, 130 PT-76)
    APCs: 731 (AMX-VCI, Saracen, Commando, Ranger, Stormer, BTR-40, BTR-50, BRDM,
    AMX-10 PAC90, AMX-10P, Saladin, Ferret, VBL)
    Artillery: M48 76mm, M101 105mm, LG-1 Mk II 105mm, M-38 122mm, 81mm and
    120mm mortars

    Navy
    Missile-equipped naval vessels: 14 (6 Van Speijk frigates, 3 Fatahillah corvettes, 1 Hajar
    Dewantara corvette, 4 Dagger fast missile boats)
    OPVs: 7 patrol frigates, 16 Parchim corvettes, 8 Lurssen 57m craft
    Submarines: 2 Type 209
    Amphibious: 26 LSTs
    Minehunters/sweepers: 12

    Air Force
    2 Su-20 fighter-bombers
    2 Su-27 jetfighters
    14 A4 Skyhawk fighter-bombers
    10 F16A/B jetfighters
    12 F5 Tiger II fighter-bombers
    42 Hawk jet trainers/ground attack aircraft
    12 OV10F reconnaissance aircraft
    3 Boeing 737-200 MR
    2 KC-130B air tankers
    26 Super Puma helicopters
    63 transport aircraft (various makes: C130, L100-30, B-707, Cessna 207, Cessna 401, C-402,
    F27-400M, F28-1000, F28-3000, NC-212, Skyvan, CN-235-110)
    SAM: Rapier, RBS-70

    MALAYSIA’S DEFENSE FORCES

    Army
    80,000 military personnel, with 60-70,000 reserves
    Tanks: 26 Scorpion
    APC: 1,210 (KIFV, Commando, Stormer, Condor, M3 Panhard, Sibmas, AML-60/90,
    Ferret)
    155mm howitzers: 12 FH70
    Other artillery: Model 56 105mm, M102A1, light mortars, Astros MRLS
    Anti-Tank missiles: SS-11, Eryx
    On order: 211 ACV-300 IFVs, 22 Denel G5 155mm SP howitzers, 48 PT-91M Main Battle
    Tanks, AT-7 Saxhorn anti-tank missiles

    Navy
    Missile-equipped naval vessels: 2 Leiku Frigates (Exocet SSM and Seawolf SAM), 2 FS1500 Frigates (Exocet SSM), 4 Laksamana (Assad) missile corvettes (OTO Melara SSM), 8 Spica/Combattante II missile boats (Exocet SSM)
    Minehunters: 4 Lerici minehunters
    On order: 6 Meko A-100 OPVs, 1 Agosta (training) submarine, 2 Scorpene submarines, 6
    Super Lynx and 6 Fennec helicopters

    Air Force
    8 F18D Hornet jetfighters
    17 MiG29 jetfighters
    13 F5E jetfighters
    25 Hawk jet trainers/ground attack
    2 RF-5E reconnaissance jetfighters
    9 MB-339, 52 Pilatus PC-7 trainers/ground-attack
    3 KC-130H air tankers
    4 Beech King Air B200T MR
    RPV: Eagle 150
    SAM: Javelin, Starburst, Anza
    On order: 18 Su-30 jetfighters, 11 A109M helicopters
    Source as provided by the DND: Military Power in Southeast Asia; S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

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