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NATO Projected Firepower (2022)


NATO consists of 30 member states with twenty-seven of these residing in Europe alone.


The GFP method of determining theoretical NATO combat strength goes beyond simply tallying all resources from the available member states. Instead, it utilizes an approach which sees a minimum 10% commitment to each category by each nation to reach the projected totals. This provides a more realistic view as to 'true fighting capabilities' of the collective (the assumption being that no one power would commit all of its actual, available fighting forces to the fray).

NATO Member states as of March 2022 are: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Russian military strength (assuming 75% optimal availability) is presented below for comparison.
Combined Manpower
466,590
Personnel
Frontline Manpower
336,690
Personnel
Reserve Manpower
129,900
Personnel
Total Airpower
2,074
Units
Fighters / Interceptors
353
Units
Dedicated Attack AC
105
Units
Transports (Fixed-wing)
154
Units
Special-Mission AC
101
Units
Aerial Refueling
68
Units
Helicopters
848
Units
Attack Helicopters
136
Units
Tanks
1,515
Vehicles
Armored Fighting Vehicles
11,653
Units
Self-Propelled Guns
504
Vehicles
Towed Artillery
578
Pieces
Rocket Artillery
292
Pieces
Total Naval Assets
204
Hulls
Aircraft Carriers
3
Hulls
Helicopter Carriers
2
Hulls
Destroyers
12
Hulls
Frigates
14
Hulls
Corvettes
9
Hulls
Submarines
22
Hulls
Minewarfare Vessels
16
Hulls
Avail. Labor Force
40,520,410

Personnel
Combined Budget
$1,174,241,000

$USD
Oil Production
1,827,294
Barrels-per-Day

Russian Military Strength Comparison


Numbers presented below assume an optimal readiness / availability rate of at least 75%. Oil Consumption is doubled due to the expected commitment to the war effort.

Combined Manpower
825,000
Personnel
Frontline Manpower
637,500
Personnel
Reserve Manpower
187,500
Personnel
Total Airpower
3,130
Units
Fighters / Interceptors
579
Units
Dedicated Attack AC
554
Units
Transports (Fixed-wing)
334
Units
Special-Mission AC
99
Units
Aerial Refueling
15
Units
Helicopters
1,157
Units
Attack Helicopters
416
Units
Tanks
9,315
Vehicles
Armored Fighting Vehicles
22,592
Units
Self-Propelled Guns
4,931
Vehicles
Towed Artillery
5,678
Pieces
Rocket Artillery
2,543
Pieces
Total Naval Assets
454
Hulls
Aircraft Carriers
1
Hulls
Helicopter Carriers
0
Hulls
Destroyers
11
Hulls
Frigates
8
Hulls
Corvettes
65
Hulls
Submarines
53
Hulls
Minewarfare Vessels
37
Hulls
Avail. Labor Force
52,442,250

Personnel
Defense Budget
$154,000,000,000

$USD
Oil Production
8,070,000
Barrels-per-Day
Oil Consumption
7,300,000
Barrels-per-Day

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