Top 10 World`s Military Air Force base on “Strongestinworld” Magazine

The air force in each country is one of the three most important branches of military organization. In many battles, the Air Force is know to determine the outcome of the battle.

This selection is based on the number of aircraft in the target air force, the quantity, the helicopter, the battles carried out, the number and quality of personnel and equipment.

10- Japan

After the defeat of Japan during World War II, its air force re-formed in 1954. This force is know as JASDF. The main task of the Japanese Air Force is to protect geographic borders against intrusion, prevent terrorist operations and help with international conflicts.

Japan is an oceanic country, and the air force is a strategic priority for an enemy of enemy deterrence. The United States and Japan have long been friends of each other and are known as their allies; the United States has made great contributions to the country’s fighter production.

50,324 personnel are in the air force of this country. The air force has 52 military airlifters and 52 helicopters for salvage and military transport. In the transportation sector, Aviation Transportation – Boeing 767, Boeing 747-400, Kawasaki C-1, Lockheed C-130 Hercules operate on this force.

 The Japanese Air Force has been equipped with Mitsubishi F-15J, McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II, Mitsubishi F-2, and Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II. This country is among the recipients of the F-35.

In the field of training jets, the country also has the Kawasaki T-4, Mitsubishi F-15J, Fuji T-7, Hawker 400. Japan Air Force is also known for its dedicated personnel and high speed operation.

9- Australia

Australia is a country that has been continuously equipping its air force in the last 25 years. Australian Air Force Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is the second largest air force in the world.

It became independent in March 1921. The Australian Air Force participated in wars such as the two World Wars, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Second Persian Gulf War.

The motto of this force is a Latin phrase (Per Ardua ad Astra) and means (Star Wars). Of the total of 275 military aircraft, there are 95 modern combat fighters ready to fight.

 There are 36 transport aircraft, 106 training aircraft, at least 4 advanced drone combat aircraft and 15 bases all over the country, including few cases.

The country has six Boeing 737 AEW & C aircraft for electronic warfare. The military aircraft are Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules. The fighter jets that will be delivered shortly will also be F-35 Lightning II.

Super Hornet fighters are still in power. Australia was among the allies in the airstrikes against IS. Australia was one of the F-111s.

8- India

India is now considered a calm country, but has always been prone to heavy wars. In July 2013, India unveiled the first aircraft carrier to build the country. According to the Indian defense minister, the aircraft carrier is a national honor in the design and construction of the war industry, with 47,500 tons and 260 meters long, the first aircraft carrier to build the aircraft.

India was the first manufacturer of aircraft carrier after Russia, France, Britain and the United States. The aircraft’s departure from a building near the Korean port of Kuchi shocked China, and again affected the economic ties between the two countries.

 The ship was unveiled at the Kochi harbor in southern Kerala. However, before joining the military fleet, it needs testing and reviews by 2018.

The Air Force was established in 1932. There are 12,722 personnel in this force whose selection of officers is mainly based on some unusual attributes such as proximity to government, their financial and social status.

There are 1500 different aircrafts available to this country. The 567 fighter jets, 288 aircrafts and 186 training aircraft at 60 airfields.

14 bases are equipped with drones and 373 attacking helicopters are currently active for the country.

Many of its airborne equipment are based on Russian fighter jets, including Dassault Mirage 2000, Sukhoi Su-30MKI, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21, Mikoyan MiG-29, and HAL Tejas, the backbone of India.

Other fighters, including SEPECAT Jaguar, IAI Harpy, Mikoyan MiG-27 and Ilyushin Il-76, Boeing C-17 Globemaster III, are operating for the Indian Air Force.

7. Britain

Britain is one of the countries that have been involved in many wars. This country is part of the British Air Force’s Royal Air Force.

Founded officially in 1918, this body is the oldest air force in the world. The Royal Air Force has more than 827 airplanes and manpower, 42, 280, the largest air force in Europe, and the second-largest NATO air force after the United States.

This force has important battles on its record, such as the British battle. There are more than 222 fighters, 41 airliners, 524 training jets, 21 reconnaissance aircraft, 22 military bases and a large number of military aircrafts for this force.

In addition to Heraire, the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, Eurofighter Typhoon will also be in power.

In the field of transportation, the TriStar aircraft, Boeing C-17 Globemaster III, are its main aircraft.

The unmanned aerial vehicle is at the disposal of the General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper. The British experience many air battles.

6. Turkey

Due to the large number of fighter planes, US structures and manufacturing factories, Turkey is one of the world’s tallest and is on the Strongestinworld list. The Turkish Air Force is part of the Turkish armed forces.

The force is one of the main armed forces in the country and is one of the largest air forces in the world. The Turkish Air Force is the third largest NATO force after more than 930 aircraft, after the United States and British troops.

This force has the ability to operate internationally and maneuverably on all continents of the world. Currently, Hassan Aqsa is the commander of the Turkish Air Force. The Turkish Air Force was established between June 1909 and June 1911.

After the establishment of this force, its combat troops participated in the Balkan wars and World War I, in December 1916, the Turkish Air Force received 90 active planes.

 After the end of World War II, in 1919, a part of this force was dissolved and subsequently closed by the Turkish Ministry of War.

But some Turkish officers and lawyers tried to rescue this air force and organized the remaining planes of the First World War in new units. These units were set up in Izmir, Istanbul, Al-Azig, Diyarbakir and Konya.

In 1944, the Turkish aerospace industry was established, and the country began to manufacture a fighter aircraft under the license license, which included a number of F-16 Fighting Falcons.

Turkey bought 240 F-16s from the United States of America. There are more than 400,000 personnel and 736 aircraft in the force.

The F-16 Fighting Falcon is its main military aircraft. The Gulfstream G550 and CASA CN-235 also operate for the Air Force.

5- French

The French Air Force (Armée de l’Air) (ALA) means the Army, the Air Force of the French Armed Forces. It was formed in 1909 as a branch of the French ground forces under the name of aeronautical services, and in 1933 it became a military wing.

Different sources provide different statistics on the number of aircraft serving in the French Air Force, however, the Ministry of Defense sources have announced that the number of airplanes currently served by the country in 2012 was 609.

Currently, there are 658 military aircraft, at least 215 modern fighters, 14 electronic warfare aircraft, 6 AWACS, 88 military helicopters and 158 training jets for the French Air Force. This country is one of the fighter manufacturers.

The Dassault Mirage 2000 and Dassault Rafale are the backbone of the Air Force, and Airbus A310 and Airbus A400M Atlas are also in transit. The French Air Force appeared well during the Persian Gulf War.

4. Israel

The Israeli Air Force is constantly equipping the world’s top fighters because of the possibility of wars and experiences in the wars of the Arab world. The IDF Air Force headquarters is located in the Israeli Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv.

The headquarters are divided into six sub-groups, each of which is at the top of each group of six, commanded by the military rank of colonel. Each of these commanders operates directly under the command of the Air Force Commander.

In 1967, the Israeli army occupied the Sinai Peninsula, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, the Golan Heights, and the city of Qunyutra during the six-day period, and the eastern part of Jerusalem, which was an international city under the control of the Jordanian Army under the UN Occupied

 Israeli forces found vital intelligence from their intelligence agents in Egypt that the Egyptian army gathered more than four hundred fighter planes to crush the ranks of the Israeli army the next morning.

Israeli generals who saw the work of the newly-established state of Israel by almost lifting Egyptian planes decided to bombard all Egyptian fighters before they got out on Israelis, sending over 200 of their active fighter planes to over 300 The Egyptian plane was destroyed within 3 hours, killing the Egyptian air force on the ground.

By the end of the day, the Israeli Air Force fired the Jordan Air Force and the Iraqi Air Force, and at the end of the six-day war destroyed a total of 451 Arab-owned warplanes.

(Wikipedia). The Israeli Air Force, apart from the Israeli geographic area, can use Turkish airspace for maneuvers. This is a great achievement for the country due to the small size of the Israeli sky for training. The 13th Air Force Base has been established throughout the country.

F-16s and F-15s are among the most prominent fighters in the country. Interestingly, in recent days, two F-35 II fighter planes have been delivered to the Air Force.

3- China

In recent years, there has been an increase in Chinese military power, with most of it coming back to the aircraft carrier and fighter. The Chinese Air Force is also know as the People’s Liberation Army Air Force.

This force was officially opens in 1949. China has the largest air force in Asia and the third largest in the world. Many of its fighter planes are reverse engineered by Russian and American fighters. 398,000 personnel are serving this force.

Russia is the largest supplier of Chinese air forces, and before that, the Soviet Union had this privilege. Today, the Chinese air force is able to destroy all its enemies.

For example, the conflict over Taiwan and several islands is one of the issues that extends the threat of Chinese military infiltration.

On the other hand, it has entered into communist wars like the Korean War and could be considered a potential danger. There are up to 200 fighter jets in the air force, and 360 airliners are also available to the Chinese Liberation Air Force.

The country’s fighters are mostly based on the 4.5-generation model, but the Chinese air force is working on a native fighter. 120 bombers, 644 training aircraft and 137 helicopters, including other equipment. Offensive planes JH-7 and Q-5 are consider to be the most important fighters.

Su-30MKK, J-811, J-10, J-16, and Su-27 are also other Chinese air force fighters. In the field of military transport, Y-7, Y-20, II-76 aircraft are also available to the force.

2. Russia

The most important US military rival in the Russian world. The factories like MiG and Sukho are one of the most important Eastern fighter to compete with the United States and its allies. This force is the second largest air force in the world after the US Air Force.

The Russian Air Force is now under the command of General Alexander Zelin. At the same time, the Russian Navy also has its own separate airspace, called the Russian Naval Aviation. This section was call the AV-MF during the Soviet times.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the division into fifteen independent republics in December 1991, the Soviet Air Force (Red Army) equipment and personnel were divide among new republics. Of these, 40% of the equipment and 65% of the Soviet air force personnel were allocate to Russia.

The Russian Air Force also has more than 3,000 airplanes and aircraft, 1, 120 helicopters and 1, 218 operational airports. Most power is either saves or confidential, and therefore the number and status of forces, bases and equipment is unknown.

There are 148,000 personnel in this force.

A total of 3,000 strategic bombers have been among the most dangerous military situations for this great nation. The T-50 Fifth Generation Fifth Tank Generator is consider to be the fifth generation aircraft, the most important achievement of the Russian Air Force.

The fighter has not been operational yet. One of the most important capabilities of the country is the ability to attack areas far away. Nevertheless, Russia has only one aircraft carrier, which is also non-nuclear.

1. America

And the world’s top air force is also the United States to choose from the Strongestinworld collection. The United States has the most powerful military force in the world. The US Air Force has a powerful structure with 10 command centers as follows:

Aerospace Command, Supreme Command Command, Air Command Systems Command, Training Command, Transportation Command, Strategic Air Command, Alaska Air Command, Air Force Command, Air Force Information Service, Academy Command.

The US Air Force commander is elect by the President of the United States and endorse by the United States Senate. It is the world’s largest exporter of airplanes and airplanes, and is the world’s foremost fighter jet. For example, during the Iran-Iraq war, the F-14 stood alone against the enemy Mirage and modern MiGs.

The United States Air Force was establishes as a unit independent of the Army on July 26, 1947,

based on the decision of the US National Security Council.

In 1949, the air force, along with other forces, was subordinate to the United States Department of Defense. The US Air Force has more than 6,000 aircraft and helicopters, the largest air force in the world. There are 332855 people in this force. 106700 of them are directly involve in the operations.

1167 jet jets, 56 jet airplanes in the sky, 86 jet airliners, 21 electronically planes,

540 unmanned aerials, 47 aircrafts, 47 tankers and 218 helicopters, including other equipment. The US Air Force has the world’s top F-22 fighter.

The country has no plans to sell this fighter to other countries, including its allies. US land borders are protect by an updated McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle fighter.

Rockwell B-1 Lancer, Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit bombers are also available to attack the entire world. It is worth noting that all of these specifications refer to bases in the United States,

and the rest of its global bases are not involve in the number of aircraft involve.

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