Labuepé Armed Forces

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Labuepé Armed Forces
Mottoቤሲባምሲያ ኤ ዲሞክራስያ (Bravery and Democracy)
Founded1 October 1770; 250 years ago
Service branchesMilitary Branches
Labuepé Army
Labuepé Marines
Labuepé Navy
Official Labuepé Air Force
Reserve Branches
Labuepé National Guard
Labuepé Coast Guard
HeadquartersLa Solandé, Litokqkobémwvéwvébémiji
Prime MinisterLabuepé'ée Flag (1917- ).png Avektovoir Tewoldé
Chief Commander GeneralLabuepéArmedForcesFlag.png Ké.Kmdfb.Jys. David B. Amhatariku
Secretary of Homeland SecurityLabuepéHomelandSecurityFlag.png Abebé Natayé
Military age21 for voluntary service.
Active personnel751,615
Reserve personnel98,715
Deployed personnel0
Budget30.7 billion (2020)
Percent of GDP2%
Domestic suppliersLabuepé Arms Organization, Éiro-Manulabuep, al-de-Abi-Mekdem Missiles, Abdimeleq Defense Systems, Zaléluw, Andené Air Company, Miimii Ayené Alwées Iskinder
Foreign suppliersNone
Related articles
HistoryConflicts involving Labuepé
RanksArmy officer ranks
Army other ranks
Navy officer ranks
Navy ratings
Air Force officer ranks
Air Force other ranks
The Labuepé Armed Forces (Labuepé Makomédé Armétik) are the military services of Labuepé. It consists of the Army, Marines, Navy, and Air Force. It also consists of the National Guard and Coast Guard as the reserve branches. The Prime Minister and Chief Commander General are the head of the entire military. Any major military action must be approved by parliament before the Prime Minister or Ké.Kmdfb.Jys can go through with it. The Secretary of Homeland Security is the head of the Ministry of Homeland Security, which manages the reserve branches of the military.


Command Structure


The Armed Forces

Ministry of Homeland Security