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Danish Defence

on_(Denmark)" id="whe_lnki_68" title="Defence Estates & Infrastucture Organisation (Denmark)">Defence Estates & Infrastructure Organisation ((Danish): Forsvarets Bygnings- og etablissementstjeneste (FBE))
  • Danish Armed Forces Health Services ((Danish): Forsvarets Sundhedstjeneste (FSU))
  • Royal Danish Defence College ((Danish): Forsvarsakademiet (FAK))
  • Home Guard Command ((Danish): Hjemmeværnskommandoen (HJVK))
  • Defence Intelligence Service ((Danish): Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste (FE)) (intl. abb: DDIS)
  • Judge Advocate Corps ((Danish): Forsvarets Auditørkorps (FAUK))
  • Defence Internal Auditor ((Danish): Forsvarets Interne Revision (FIR))
  • Emergency Management Agency ((Danish): Beredskabsstyrelsen (BRS)) (intl. abb: DEMA)
  • Administration of Conscientious Objector ((Danish): Militærnægteradministrationen (MNA))
  • Special forces

    Current deployments

    Current deployment of Danish forces:

    Conscription

    Technically all Danish 18-year-old males are conscripts (37,897 in 2010), and 53% (2010) were considered suitable for duty.[11] There is no need for all of them so only a few of them serve (4200 in 2012). Between ninety-six and ninety-nine percent of the conscripts have been volunteers in the past three years.[12] There were additionally 567 female volunteers in 2010, who pass training on "conscript-like" conditions.[13]

    Conscripts in the Danish Defence (army, navy and air force) generally serve four months,[14][15] except:

    See also

    References

    1. ^ Ny Forsvarschef 20-03-2012 in Danish
    2. ^ 1
    3. ^ Forsvarets Verdenskort
    4. ^ [1]
    5. ^ "LOV nr 122 af 27/02/2001 om forsvarets formål, opgaver og organisation m.v." (in Danish). Retrieved 2012-07-30. 
    6. ^ "The Danish Defence Agreement 2005 - 2009". Danish Defence. Defence Command Denmark. 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-12. 
    7. ^ Danish Agency for Governmental Management ("Økonomi-styrelsen") ([2] Finance law 1996 to 2006])
    8. ^ Danmarks Statistik (1976–1989)
    9. ^ http://cms.polsci.ku.dk/pdf/dk_nato_omdoemme.pdf
    10. ^ http://aviationweek.com/blog/european-f-16s-participate-air-operations-over-iraq
    11. ^ Statistical information from the draft board (Danish)
    12. ^ http://www.dr.dk/Nyheder/Indland/2014/10/10/10132758.htm
    13. ^ Ordinary conscript (Danish)
    14. ^ Army's basic training (Danish)
    15. ^ Air force's basic training (Danish)
    16. ^ Navy's basic training (Danish)
    17. ^ Conscription in the Danish Emergency Management Agency (Danish)
    • http://www2.forsvaret.dk/omos/Publikationer/Documents/Fakta%20om%20Forsvaret_DK.pdf

    External links

    • Danish Defence
    • Army Operative Command
    • Army Materiel Command
    • kamouflage.net > Europe > Denmark (Kingdom of Denmark) > index
    • One for all, all for one? New Nordic Defence Partnership?—Publication from the Nordic Council of Ministers. Free download.
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