Tuesday, 14 November 2017

How Powerful Is Indonesia



The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world comprising 13,466 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many still uninhabited and a number even still unnamed. Indonesia has a total population of more than 250 million people from more than 200 ethnic groups. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia.
Being a tropical country, Indonesia is blessed with two seasons, namely dry and rainy. Dry usually occurs from June to September and the rest is rainy season. Sunshine is abundant except in rainy season when the sky tends to be cloudy. It is advisable to visit Indonesia during dry season.
Indonesia’s climate can be hot and humid, so bringing along sunblocks and moisturizers during dry season is recommended. No need to bring umbrellas during rainy season because they are abundant and can easily be bought even in small shops. You might need extra clothing though, and you can purchase them almost anywhere.
Indonesia has three time zones – Western Indonesia Time which is GMT +7 (covering Sumatra, Java, Madura, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan), Central Indonesia Time which is GMT +8 (covering East and South Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali, Nusa Tenggara) and the last is Eastern Indonesia Time which is GMT +9 (covering Maluku and Irian Jaya). Jakarta, Yogyakarta, and Surabaya are GMT + 7 or 16 hours ahead of US Pacific Standard Time.

soo how powerfull is indonesia? 
        Military Power 
Indonesia is currntly ranked 14 ( of 133) countries considerd for the anual GFP rewiev



Manpower - Going beyond military equipment totals and perceived fighting strength is the actual manpower that drives a given military force. Wars of attrition traditionally favor those with more manpower to a given effort.

Total Population                : 258,316,051
manpower available          : 130,000,000
fit for service                       : 107,540,000
reaching military age        : 4,500,000
total military personel      : 975,750
active personel                   : 435,750
reserve personel                 : 540,000




Air Power includes both fixed-wing and rotary-wing (helicopter) aircraft from all branches of service (Air Force, Navy, Army). Air power is just one important component of the modern military force. Attack Aircraft represents fixed-wing and dedicated forms as well as light strike types (some basic and advanced trainers fill this role). Some fighters can double as attack types and vice versa - this is how multi-role aircraft can be of considerable value. Transport and Trainer aircraft include both fixed-wing and rotary-wing types

total aircraft strength           : 441

fughter aircraft                      : 39
attack airctaft                        : 58 
transpot                                  : 170 
trainer aircraft                       : 111
total Helicopter strength     : 147
attack helicopters                  :5


Army Strength - Tank value includes Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) and light tanks (a few remain in service) as well as those vehicles considered "tank destroyers". There is no distinction made between all-wheel and track-and-wheel designs. Armored Fighting Vehicle (AFV) value includes Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs) as well as Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs). 

combat tank                            :418
armored fighting vehicles    :1,089
rocket projector                      :86
self propelled artillery           :37
towed artillery                         :80

Navy Strength - Aircraft Carrier value includes both traditional aircraft carriers as well as "helicopter carrier" warships (the latter growing in popularity worldwide). Cruisers are no longer tracked due to their declining value on the world stage. Submarines value includes both diesel-electric and nuclear-powered types.
total naval aasets 221
aircratf carriers 0
frigates 7
destroyer 0
convettes 24
submarines 4
patrol crat 74
mine warfare vessels

Natural Resources (Petroleum) - As much as any weapon system is vital to an ongoing military campaign, wars still rely on the availability of natural resources, namely petroluem (oil). BBL/DY = Barrels Per Day.

production (bbl/dy)                 :789,800
consumption (bbl/dy)             :1,660,000
proven reserves (bbl)               :3,693,000,000

Logistics - War is as much a battle of logistics, moving man and machine from-to points all over, as it is direct combat. A quantitative/robust Labor Force also adds to available wartime industry.
labor force                                  :123,700,000
merchant marine strengh       :1,340
major port/terminal                 :9
roadway (km)                             : 437,759
railway (km                                 :5,042
serivecable airports                   :673


Finance - War goes beyond simple physical "strength-in-numbers", relying heavily on financing and effort as much as any one piece of hardware fielded. All values presented in USD ($).

defefence budget                    :$6,900,000,000
External Debt                         :$344,700,000,000
foreign exchange /gold         :$106,400,000,000
purchasing power parity $   :3,028,000,000,000


Geography - Geographical values primarily figure into a defensive-minded war (i.e. invasion) but can also aid a nation when responding to such an act.

square land area(km)             :1,904,569
coastline (km)                          :54,716
shared border(km)                  :2,958
waterways(km)                         :21,579

source :Global fire power

  • our GDP has risen about :
  • $940.953 billion (2016 est.) by nominal
  • $3.028 trillion (2016) by PPP
  • THE LOWEST GROWTH RATE IS -3.57%
  • OUR MILITARY POWER IS Ranked as 14 of 126
  • INDONESIA HAVE A HUGE AMOUNT OF BIODIVERSITY
  • Indonesia is one of 17 mega diverse countries. It also possesses 10% of world's flowering species. Home for more than 500 species of mammals, reptiles (781 species), birds (1592 species), and 35 species of primate

Soo indonesia is powerful country? , for me yeah
thnks fro your comming , dont forget shared
:D






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