Luepolan Armed Forces
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|Luepolan Armed Forces|
|Service branches||Luepolan Army |
Luepolan Home Guard
|Minister of Defence||Gavril Durević|
|High Marshal||Edvard Kraľ|
|17,064,115, age 15–49|
|Budget||$59.35 billion (2019)|
|Percent of GDP||3.3%|
|Domestic suppliers||Voitz Heavy Industries|
|Foreign suppliers|| Aitic Federation|
The Luepolan Army, Luepolan Navy and Luepolan Air Force collectively constitute the Luepolan Armed Forces (Luepolan: Vojsko Ľupolsko; VĽ). The commander of the Armed forces is, by tradition, selected from among the few field marshals of the army, and given the distinct rank of High Marshal; the current commander is High Marshal Edvard Kraľ. In wartime, the president may exercise authority over the High Marshal and the Minister of Defence.
The Luepolan Armed Forces consist of 259,000 active-duty personnel and 533,000 trained reserves. The military budget in 2019 was roughly $59.35 billion, constituting 3.3% of the country's GDP. Luepolan military doctrine, forged primarily as a result of the Luepolan War, centers on the defense of Luepola and of its neighbor and closest military ally Vorochia. The Luepolan military has nonetheless conducted cooperative military drills and exercises with the Aitic, Granzerian, Tieradan, and Vonzumieran militaries. Minor contingents of Luepolan troops have been deployed as observers and advisors in wars such as the Great Bakran War, and as peacekeepers in other unstable regions of the world.