Bundeswehr

(Joint Support Service) (Joint Medical Service) | age= 17 | manpower_age= 17–49 | available= 19,594,118 (2009 est., male) | fit= 15,747,493 (2009 est., male) | reaching= 445,048 (2009 est., male) | conscription = No (Suspended on 1 July 2011) | domestic_suppliers= EADSHeckler & KochRheinmetallKrauss-Maffei WegmannHowaldtswerke-Deutsche WerftWalt...
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Bundeswehr

(from the article `Germany`) The German contribution to the Western defense system takes the form of its combined arm of defense known as the Federal Armed Forces (Bundeswehr). ...
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Bundeswehr

Federal Defense Force, name adopted for the West German armed forces after the fall of the Third Reich. (Between 1945 and 1955 there was no German army.) The Bundeswehr consists of the Heer (Army), Luftwaffe (Air Force) and Marine (Navy), as well as (since the late 1990s) the Streitkr
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Bundeswehr

name adopted for the West German armed forces after the fall of the Third Reich. (Between 1945 and 1955 there was no German army.) The Bundeswehr consists of the Heer (Army), Luftwaffe (Air Force) and Marine (Navy), as well as (since the late 1990s) the Streitkräftebasis (Joint Service Support Command) and Zentraler Sanitätsdienst (Central Medica...
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