Andalusian Armed Forces

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Andalusian Armed Forces
Forces armées andalouses
القوات المسلحة الأندلسي
Flag of the Russian Federation Ground Forces.svg
Service branches Andalusian Ground Forces
Andalusian Air Force
Andalusian Navy
Andalusian Strategic Missile Forces
National Gendarmerie
Leadership
Commander-in-Chief PM Damien Moulin
Minister of Defense Philip Narcisse
Chief of the Council on Defense General Adam Banyan
Manpower
Military age 18 to 49 years of age
Available for
military service
19,073,923 males, age 18–49 (2014 est.),
18,273,438 females, age 18–49 (2014 est.)
Fit for
military service
12,932,201 males, age 18–49 (2014 est.),
12,128,892 females, age 18–49 (2014 est.)
Reaching military
age annually
323,365 males (2014 est.),
291,253 females (2014 est.)
Active personnel 755,624 (ranked 4th)
124,155 gendarmerie
Reserve personnel 2,220,000
Expenditures
Budget $168.2 billion (2014)
Percent of GDP 3.3% (2011)
Industry
Domestic suppliers Andalus Aerospace Industries
Andalus Military Industries
Hamza Industries
Benyamin Advanced Defense Systems
Foreign suppliers  Eilat
 Etrusque
 Okaiken
 Kwangju

The Andalusian Armed Forces (Etruscan: Forces armées andalouses), or AAF, occasionally referred to as the Andalusian Defense Force, ADF, are the armed forces of the Federal Kingdom of Andalus, founded following the 1983 Acts of the Union. Until 2016 the AAF was not permitted to deploy abroad in support of an ally. In recent years they have been engaged in international peacekeeping operations, in accordance to the Andalusian constitution. However, the passage of Article XI has removed provisions which banned the AAF from carrying out offensive operations, including unilateral actions.