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Libya | Celebrating the graduation of officers and students from the first batch of the Higher War and National Defense Colleges.

Libya | Celebrating the graduation of officers and students from the first batch of the Higher War and National Defense Colleges.

The Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lieutenant General Mohammed Al-Haddad, attended, on Wednesday morning, at the headquarters of the Libyan Higher Academy for Strategic Studies, the…

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LIBYA | Al-Dabaiba and Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM) discuss Libyan-US cooperation in the field of counterterrorism and border security.

LIBYA | Al-Dabaiba and Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM) discuss Libyan-US cooperation in the field of counterterrorism and border security.

The Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Minister of Defense, Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba, received the Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command, Lieutenant General John Bernan, and the Commander

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LIBYA | Al-Dbaiba and a number of military leaders meet with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army.

LIBYA | Al-Dbaiba and a number of military leaders meet with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army.

Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Minister of Defense, Abdul-Hamid Al-Dbaiba, discussed yesterday with the Chief of the General Staff of the Turkish Army, Metin Gürak, and his…

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1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024)- The Military Engineering Academy - Tajoura – LIBYA

1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024)- The Military Engineering Academy - Tajoura – LIBYA

1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024). Event information. ICEA 2024 Oct 15 – 17, 2024 The Military Engineering Academy Tajoura – LIBYA EXPLORING EMERGING CHALLENGES AND NEW CONCEPTS RELATED…

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The specialized website "Global Fire Power" published its ranking of the world's most powerful armies for the year 2024, and this year Libya ranked 79th out of 145 countries included in the annual review and obtained a Pwrindx score of 1.4449, ahead

of last year's ranking. 

The website stated that the data was last reviewed on 01/09/2024, and the “Global Fire Power website” classification is considered one of the most important and truthful international classifications in assessing the military power of various countries of the world and uses recognized international standards to calculate the ranking of armies according to their strength. Its combat readiness and the strength of the state in general. 

When developing the classification, experts analyze the capabilities of the armies of the countries of the world according to the factors available to the countries and within certain criteria through which the degree of the power index for a particular country (PwrIndx) is determined, which has varying degrees, and a score of 0.0000 is considered “ideal” depending on the size of the declared military force, which each can A country in the world can use it in land, sea, or air war, using conventional weapons, and each country is evaluated on the basis of official individual and collective values that are processed through the internal formula of the GFP Global Firepower website to obtain its “PwrIndx” score. Based on these values, the final classification is estimated. This final classification also allows smaller and less developed countries to compete with the largest and most technologically advanced countries alike. Thus, the site provides an unbiased look at the traditional military strength of the countries included in the classification.

 

The site specializing in classification works with a distinctive mechanism that may surprise many in terms of the order adopted by the classification and the advancement of countries that may appear to be less powerful than others and precede them in the ranking. Here it must be made clear that the experts of the “Global Fire Power” site rely on more than 50 factors to determine the degree of the strength index. It varies according to the capabilities of the countries, and together they constitute the strength of that country and its superiority in the classification. These factors include comparisons of rising powers, existing alliances, and classifications of regional blocs such as the African Union (AU), the European Union (EU), and NATO member states, and the number of manpower fit for active military service annually. Active paramilitary reserves also play an important role in calculating the GSI.

Below is the ranking of the “10” most powerful armies in the world for the year 2024 AD, according to the classification of the Global Fire Power website:

1 -The United States of America.

2 –Russia.

3 –China.

4 –India.

5 -South Korea.

6 -North Korea.

7 –Japan.

8 –Türkiye.

9 –Pakistan.

10 -Italy.

Ranking of the 15 most powerful Arab armies for the year 2024 according to the classification of the website:

1 -Egypt.

2 -Saudi Arabia.

3 –Algeria.

4 –Iraq.

5 –Emirates.

6 –Syria.

7 -Morocco.

8 –Qatar.

9 -Tunisia.

10 –Sudan.

11 –Kuwait.

12 -Oman.

13 –Libya.

14 –Jordan.

15 -Yemen.

Ranking of the “11” strongest African armies for the year 2024 AD according to the classification of the website:

  1 -Egypt.

2 -Algeria.

3 -South Africa.

4 -Nigeria IV 39.

5 -Ethiopia V 49.

6 -Angola VI 55.

7 -Morocco.

8 -Congo.

9 -Tunisia.

9 -Sudan.

11- Libya.

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