Spanish Armed Forces

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The armed forces of Spain are known as the Spanish Armed Forces (Spanish: Fuerzas Armadas Españolas). Their Commander-in-Chief is the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I, and consists of the Army, Navy and Air Force.

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Spanish Armed Forces
Military manpower
Military age 18 years of age
Availability males age 15–49: 10,569,785 (2000 est.)
Fit for military service males age 15–49: 8,481,690 (2000 est.)
Reaching military age annually males: 295,335 (2000 est.)
Active troops 77.000 (2006)
Military expenditures
Amount $9 billion (2003)
Percent of GDP 1.1% (FY97)
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