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Armed Forces of Aventhia
Armed Forces of Aventhia symbol.png
FoundedMay 14, 1941
Service branchesArmed Forces of Aventhia symbol.png Aventhia Army
Armed Forces of Aventhia symbol.png Aventhia Navy
Armed Forces of Aventhia symbol.png Aventhia Air Force
HeadquartersBellux, Aventhia
Leadership
Commander in ChiefNorman Bradford
Secretary of DefenseWilliam Colton
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of StaffGen. Roland Parker
Manpower
Military age17 with parental consent, 18 for volunteer service
ConscriptionNot enforced since 1953
Available for
military service
43,581,256 males, age 17–49,
40,189,228 females, age 17–49
Fit for
military service
40,006,270 males, age 17–49,
38,581,770 females, age 17–49
Reaching military
age annually
892,201 males,
693,478 females
Active personnel820,000 personnel (2020)
Reserve personnel538,000 personnel (2020)
Expenditures
Budget$148 Billion (2020)
Percent of GDP2.49%
Industry
Domestic suppliersBolton Dynamics
Aventhia Heavy Industries
North Point Innovations
West Haven Arms
Crosswind Defense Systems
Michael-Wittfield Corporation
Foreign suppliersFutrellia
Asceria
Fuso

The Armed Forces of Aventhia, also known as AFA are the military forces of the Federal Union of Aventhia. Officially created in May 1941 as the de facto military force after the nation's independence from Futrellia. The president of Aventhia is the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces and forms military policy with the Department of Defense, a federal executive department acting as the principal organ by which military policy is carried out. The AVA consists of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and the headquarters of the AFA is located in Bellux.

Military service in the AVA is voluntary since 1978, as the AVA maintains a strong number of uniformed and civilian personnel often deployed for humanitarian, peacekeeping and disaster-relief operations across the globe.

History

Structure

Service branches

Aventhia Army

Aventhia Navy

Aventhia Air Force

Budget

Personnel

Personnel in Service

Domestic and International responsibilities