Norway’s military is comprised of only 26,500 active personnel with an additional 46,000 reserves. A military of this size is just enough for a country with a population of more than 5 million.
Even though its size is small, this country maintains a small subgroup of attack aircraft, a transport system and 57 fighter jets. It does not own any attack helicopters, however. It mainly focuses on its defense on land which is composed of armored fighting vehicles, some self-propelled and towed artillery and 136 combat tanks. Norway maintains a small navy which is comprised of mine warfare vessels, support for six submarines, patrol craft and frigate support. It has a military budget of $6.2 billion per year.
It is home to 44 million citizens. However, it only has 75,000 active personnel in its military and 52,720 reserved military forces.
Argentina features a small group of attack aircraft, five attack helicopters and 86 fighter jets. The country’s ground force is a lot stronger with armored fighting vehicles, both self-propelled and towed artillery, rocket projectors and 430 combat tanks. Its naval force is small which consists of patrol craft, destroyers, three submarines, and nine corvettes. Argentina spends $5.6 billion annually on its military.