MANPOWER: Values related to a nation's complete population and as it relates to theoretical available fighting strength. Wars, particularly those with high attrition, traditionally favor higher manpower.
AVAILABLE MANPOWER: 2,348,581
REACHING MILITARY AGE ANNUALLY: 111,872
TOTAL MILITARY PERSONNEL:7,150(est.)
ACTIVE PERSONNEL: 7,150
RESERVE PERSONNEL: 0
AIRPOWER: Total Aircraft Strength value includes both fixed- and rotary-wing systems from all branches of service (UAVs are not included in this total). Attack values cover both multirole and purpose-built light-attack types. Transports value includes only fixed-wing aircraft (as of 2019). EXTERNAL LINK: Aircraft throughout the military history of Central African Republic
NAVAL STRENGTH: Aircraft Carrier value includes traditional carriers as well as Helicopter Carriers. Submarine value includes diesel-electric and nuclear-powered types, no distinction being made between conventional- and nuclear-attack forms. Total Naval Assets (*) value includes all possible / available vessels including auxiliaries, which are not showcased individually below. EXTERNAL LINK: Warships and Submarines throughout the military history of Central African Republic
TOTAL NAVAL ASSETS:0*
AIRCRAFT CARRIERS: 0
PATROL VESSELS: 0
MINE WARFARE: 0
NATURAL RESOURCES (PETROLEUM): Petroleum remains the lifeblood of war. As such it is weighed into the GFP ranking through the figures below. Values are shown as BBL/DY (Barrels Per Day).
OIL PRODUCTION: 0 bbl/dy
OIL CONSUMPTION:120,000 bbl/dy
PROVEN RESERVES:0 bbl
LOGISTICS: For the GFP ranking, Logistics values include personnel, industry, and services related to war production.
LABOR FORCE: 2,242,000
MERCHANT MARINE STRENGTH: 57
MAJOR PORTS, HUBS & TERMINALS: 2
ROADWAY COVERAGE: 20,278 km
RAILWAY COVERAGE: 0 km
SERVICABLE AIRPORTS: 39
FINANCE: The GFP ranking takes into account a nation's financial health on the world stage. All values presented in USD ($).
RESERVES OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE & GOLD: $304,300,000
PURCHASING POWER PARITY: $3,400,000,000
GEOGRAPHY: Geography values factor into both offensive and defensive wars.