8. Turkey. Military Strength of Turkey: Turkey joins China and India in attempting to become a large scale military supplier through several high profile ongoing development programs. Turkey, the most powerful Muslim country in the world has the 8th most powerful military. Current military capabilities and available firepower for the nation of Turkey.
Ranking of Most Powerful Militaries in The World The Global Firepower ranked the world’s most powerful countries in term of army strength. They examined the defense forces of 106 countries in order to compile the rankings, taking into account manpower, land systems, air power, naval power, resources, logistics, finances and geography covered.
The Global Firepower ranked the world’s most powerful countries in term of army strength. They examined the defense forces of 106 countries in order to compile the rankings, taking into account manpower, land systems, air power, naval power, resources, logistics, finances and geography covered.
1 British SAS. Fact - Nearly ALL the worlds Special Forces base their military model on the British SAS. In fact, the USA's Delta Force was set up after the founder spent time attached to the SAS. The Delta Forces even uses an SAS organisational structure using troops and squadrons.
China’s Army—officially the People’s Liberation Army Ground Forces (PLAGF)— is the largest army in Asia. Numbering 1.6 million active duty troops, the PLAGF is charged with securing China’s borders, providing a capability to project land power in China’s neighborhood and increasingly, on a global scale.
The U.S. military has widely been accepted as the most powerful in the world. Its possession of advanced weapons systems, nearly 20 aircraft carriers and 200 military bases in 70 nations around the world have established it as the foremost military force on the planet.
The Green Berets are the special forces unit of the U.S. Army while SEALs are a unit of the Navy. "SEAL" is derived from their capacity to operate at SEa, in the Air, and on Land – but it's their ability to work underwater that separates SEALs from most other military units in the world.
Based on what I've reported here, one might think that Navy SEALs - particularly Team 6/DEVGRU - would be the tougher of the two when comparing them to Delta Force; they have more intense training (that we know about), and were even created in response to one of Delta Force's botched missions.
Pakistan’s elite special forces unit, army’s Special Services Group (SSG) has been listed as the best special forces group, ahead of units such as the US Navy SEALs and the British Special Air Service group. The list, by Business Insider Australia ranked Pakistani commandos as the best of the nine top elite forces from around the world.