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1 WORLDWIDE MANPOWER DISTRIBUTION BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREA Department of Defense Defense Manpower Data Center

2 FOREWORD Worldwide Manpower Distribution by Geographical Area is produced quarterly and contains summary data on the worldwide distribution of Department of Defense (DoD) active duty military and civilian personnel and their dependents by country and DoD Component. INTERNET AVAILABILITY This publication is no longer available in a bound, printed edition. It can be obtained through the Internet either by accessing DefenseLINK or the DIOR web site ( Yearly tables of Active Duty Military Personnel Strengths by Regional Area and by Country (39A) are now available on the Internet back to 95.

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section/Table/Figure Page SECTION I. MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - SUMMARY A. Total Military, Civilian, and Dependent Strengths by Regional Area and by Country (39)... SECTION II. ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY A. Figure - Worldwide Active Duty Military Strengths... 7 B. Active Duty Military Personnel Strengths by Regional Area and by Country (39A)... 8 SECTION III. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS A. Figure - Worldwide Civilian Personnel Strengths - Military Functions... 3 B. Civilian Personnel Strengths by Regional Area and by Country - Military Functions (39B) B. Total... 4 B. Army... 7 B3. Navy... 9 B4. Air Force... B5. Other DoD... 3 SECTION IV. DEPENDENTS OF MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL A. Summary of Dependents of Military and Civilian Personnel (P 4)... 6 B. Dependent Strengths by Regional Area and by Country (39C) B. Total Military and Civilian Employees... 7 B. Active Duty Military... 3 B3. Command Sponsored B4. Non-Command Sponsored B5. U.S. Citizen Civilian Employees GLOSSARY OF TERMS... 44

4 SECTION I DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TOTAL MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - SUMMARY

5 TOTAL MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39) (Direct + Indirect) CS Military NCS Military Civilian Regional Area/Country Total Military Civilian Dependents Dependents Dependents United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) 3,47,59 894,43 573,988,678,84 37 Alaska 49,68 8,69 4,65 4,84,93 Hawaii, 3,69 6,37 47,888 5,376 American Samoa 4 4 Guam 7,57 3,8,574, Northern Mariana Islands 6 6 Puerto Rico 5,676 9,8 3,47 8 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands U. S. Virgin Islands Wake Island 3 Transients 45,678 45,678 Afloat 4,6 4,6 Total - United States and Territories 3,46,453,98, ,668,757,8 8,36 Europe Albania 9 Austria Belgium 4,78,366,7, Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia 5 5 Finland France Germany 85,69 66,48 3,364 77,36 4,44 5,7 Gibraltar 6 3 Greece Greenland Hungary Iceland 3,78, Ireland Italy 3,756,84 5,75 3,79,57,74 Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Malta Netherlands, Norway Poland Portugal 3, , Romania

6 TOTAL MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39) (Direct + Indirect) CS Military NCS Military Civilian Regional Area/Country Total Military Civilian Dependents Dependents Dependents Serbia (includes Kosovo),86,8 5 Slovakia Slovenia 9 8 Spain 5,953,66,4, Sweden Switzerland Turkey 4,947,78 549, United Kingdom 9,63,75,449 3,78, Afloat,88,88 Total - Europe 77,996,6 45,645,949 9,965 7,85 Former Soviet Union Armenia 6 6 Azerbaijan 6 4 Belarus 4 4 Georgia Kazakhstan 6 Kyrgyzstan Moldova Russia Turkmenistan 5 6 Ukraine 3 Uzbekistan 3 Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia Burma 9 3 Cambodia 5 6 China (Includes Hong Kong) Federated States of Micronesia 8 8 Fiji 4 Indonesia (Includes Timor) Japan 7,68 35,57 5,569 43,98 9,79 3, Korea, Republic of 63,4 3,983,83 4,945 3,,7 Laos 4 3 Malaysia Marshall Islands Mongolia 5 5 New Zealand Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Western Samoa Afloat,67,67

7 TOTAL MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39) (Direct + Indirect) CS Military NCS Military Civilian Regional Area/Country Total Military Civilian Dependents Dependents Dependents Total - East Asia and Pacific 94,33 78,854 38,689 49,534,8 4,355 North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Algeria Bahrain,89, Bangladesh 8 7 Diego Garcia Egypt India Iran Israel Jordan Lebanon 4 6 Morocco Nepal 9 Oman Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Seychelles Sri Lanka 3 8 Syria 8 8 Tunisia 4 7 United Arab Emirates Yemen 6 4 Afloat,559,559 Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia 8,47 6, Sub-Saharan Africa Angola 5 5 Benin Botswana 9 9 Burundi 8 Cameroon Chad Congo (Kinshasa) 7 5 Cote D'Ivoire 7 5 Djibouti Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia, The 4 4 Ghana 37 4 Guinea Kenya Liberia 7 4 3

8 TOTAL MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39) (Direct + Indirect) CS Military NCS Military Civilian Regional Area/Country Total Military Civilian Dependents Dependents Dependents Madagascar Malawi Mali Mozambique 5 5 Niger Nigeria Rwanda Senegal Sierra Leone 5 4 Somalia 8 8 South Africa St. Helena (Includes Ascension Island) 4 3 Sudan 4 3 Tanzania, United Republic of 7 6 Togo 6 4 Uganda 3 Zambia Zimbabwe Total - Sub-Saharan Africa, Western Hemisphere Antigua Argentina Bahamas, The Barbados 9 7 Belize Bermuda Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba (Guantanamo), Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Guyana 3 Haiti Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua 48 3 Panama Paraguay 9 7 4

9 TOTAL MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39) (Direct + Indirect) CS Military NCS Military Civilian Regional Area/Country Total Military Civilian Dependents Dependents Dependents Peru St. Vincent and the Grenadines 4 4 Suriname 3 9 Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay Venezuela 5 Afloat 6 6 Total - Western Hemisphere 4,53, Undistributed Ashore 97,866 94,373 44,98,99 8 Afloat 6,7 6,7 Total - Undistributed 4,567,74 44,98,99 8 Total - Foreign Countries 59,89 9,997 86,89 65,74 35,454,536 Total - Worldwide 4,53,343,389, ,857,9,796 43,76,536 5

10 SECTION II DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY

11 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WORLDWIDE ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY STRENGTHS SEPTEMBER 3, 5 NAVY 6.% 36,94 ARMY 35.5% 49,78 MARINE CORPS.9% 8,9 AIR FORCE 5.5% 353,696 FIGURE 7

12 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39A) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) * 894,43 379,5 6,55 96, 56,473 Alaska 8,69 9, 3 9,9 Hawaii * 3,69 5,458 6,54 5,796 4,85 Guam 3,8 43,5 4,79 Puerto Rico Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands U. S. Virgin Islands 7 4 Wake Island Transients 45,678 6,63,597 4,47 4,6 Afloat 4,6 4,6 Total - United States and Territories,98,397 4,745 85, 6,475 76,55 Europe Albania 9 6 Austria Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia 5 4 Finland France Germany * 66,48 5, ,46 Gibraltar 3 3 Greece Greenland Hungary Iceland, Ireland 9 7 Italy *,84 3,3 4, ,45 Latvia 7 7 Lithuania 8 6 Luxembourg 7 5 Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Malta 9 6 Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Serbia (includes Kosovo),8, Slovakia 9 7 Slovenia 8 6 Spain,66 78, Sweden Switzerland 7 4 Turkey *, ,686 United Kingdom *, ,477 Afloat,88,88 Total - Europe,6 57,393 9, ,4 Former Soviet Union Armenia 6 6 Azerbaijan 4 4 Georgia 4 4 8

13 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39A) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Kazakhstan 6 5 Kyrgyzstan 5 5 Moldova Russia Turkmenistan 5 5 Ukraine 7 4 Uzbekistan Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia Burma Cambodia 5 5 China (Includes Hong Kong) Fiji Indonesia (Includes Timor) 3 8 Japan * 35,57,665 4,445 5,96 3,535 Korea, Republic of * 3,983, ,44 Laos 3 Malaysia Mongolia 5 3 New Zealand 7 3 Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Afloat,67,67,7 Total - East Asia and Pacific 78,854 3,59 6,578 6,365,75 North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Afghanistan (See Deployment Section) Algeria 7 Bahrain,64, Bangladesh 7 5 Diego Garcia Egypt India Iran Iraq (See Deployment Section) Israel Jordan Kuwait (See Deployment Section) Lebanon 4 4 Morocco Nepal Oman Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka 3 Syria 8 6 Tunisia United Arab Emirates Yemen Afloat,559 35,7 Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia 6,349 75,8,

14 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39A) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Sub-Saharan Africa Angola 5 5 Botswana Burundi 8 7 Cameroon 9 6 Chad Congo (Brazzaville) Congo (Kinshasa) 7 5 Cote D'Ivoire 5 5 Djibouti 6 6 Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Ghana Guinea 8 7 Kenya Liberia 8 Madagascar Malawi Mali 6 5 Mozambique 5 5 Niger 6 6 Nigeria 4 5 Rwanda Senegal 4 4 Sierra Leone Somalia 8 8 South Africa St. Helena (Includes Ascension Island) 3 3 Sudan 3 Tanzania, United Republic of 8 Togo 6 6 Uganda 9 Zambia Zimbabwe 7 6 Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Antigua Argentina Bahamas, The Barbados 7 6 Belize Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica 7 6 Cuba (Guantanamo) Dominican Republic 7 Ecuador El Salvador 8 Guatemala 6 5 Guyana Haiti Honduras Jamaica 9 3 5

15 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39A) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Mexico Nicaragua Panama 6 5 Paraguay 4 5 Peru Suriname 3 3 Trinidad and Tobago 6 6 Uruguay Venezuela Afloat 6 6 Total - Western Hemisphere, Undistributed Ashore 94,373 4,54 3,35 9,58 Afloat 6,7 6,7 Total - Undistributed,74 49,4 3,35 9,58 Total - Foreign Countries 9,997 8,983 77,99 53,554 77,54 Ashore 68,4 8,983 57,343 5,347 77,54 Afloat,783,576,7 NATO Countries 97,85 55,396 7, ,775 Forward Deployment Pacific Theater 8,65 3,4 8,49 6,48 4,86 Total - Worldwide,389,394 49,78 36,94 8,9 353,696 Ashore,6,385 49,78 38,39 77,8 353,696 Afloat 7,9 4,8,7 DEPLOYMENTS (not complete - rounded strengths) Operation Iraqi Freedon (OIF) (Active Component portion of strength included in above) Total (in around Iraq as of ) - Includes deployed Reserve/National Guard 9,6 3,4 4,5 5,9 9,8 Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) (Active Component portion of strength included in above) Total (in/around Afghanistan as of ) - 9,5 5,, 3, Includes Deployed Reserve/National Guard * Deployed From Locations for OIF/OEF (other than U.S.) (Active Component portion of strength included in country) Germany 8,3 7,, Italy 3,,4 5 Japan,7 9 5 Korea 3 3 Turkey,4,4 United Kingdom 7 7

16 SECTION III DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS

17 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WORLDWIDE CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS - MILITARY FUNCTIONS SEPTEMBER 3, 5 NAVY 7.4% 87,958 ARMY 34.3% 34,75 OTHER DoD 4.5% 99,75 AIR FORCE 3.8% 63,9 FIGURE 3

18 TOTAL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) Alaska Hawaii American Samoa Guam Puerto Rico U. S. Virgin Islands Total - United States and Territories Europe Albania Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Greece Greenland Hungary Iceland Italy Luxembourg Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Malta Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Serbia (includes Kosovo) Slovakia Spain Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Total - Europe Former Soviet Union Georgia Russia Total - Former Soviet Union 573,988 4,65 6,37 4,574, , , , ,374 7, , ,65 6,37 4,574, , ,667 5,697 6, ,38,397 3, , ,46,9 5,85 8,

19 TOTAL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire East Asia and Pacific Australia China (Includes Hong Kong) Japan Korea, Republic of Laos Malaysia Marshall Islands New Zealand Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Total - East Asia and Pacific North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain Diego Garcia Egypt India Israel Jordan Morocco Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Seychelles Tunisia United Arab Emirates Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Djibouti Kenya Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Argentina Bahamas, The Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica 6 6,63, , ,966 6,63 8,966 9,784 3,9 7,6, ,97 9,76 7,793,

20 TOTAL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire Cuba (Guantanamo) Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua Panama Peru Uruguay Venezuela Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore Total - Undistributed Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide ,83 645, ,85 33,338 3,485 39,366 5,855 63, 3,489 39,366 Total - Civil Function Civilians (not included above),455,455 6

21 ARMY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) Alaska Hawaii American Samoa Guam Puerto Rico U. S. Virgin Islands Total - United States and Territories Europe Belgium Croatia France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Serbia (includes Kosovo) Spain Turkey United Kingdom Total - Europe Former Soviet Union Georgia Russia Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia Japan Korea, Republic of Marshall Islands Thailand Total - East Asia and Pacific 87,453,5 4,3 4 9,3 8 95, ,35 3 6, , , ,8 87,453,5 4,3 4 9,3 8 95, ,6 8,35, ,4 469, ,47 9,53,8 3, , ,37 8,4,97 6,6, ,844,65 6,377 5,467 7

22 ARMY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain Diego Garcia Egypt Israel Morocco Qatar Saudi Arabia Tunisia United Arab Emirates Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Argentina Bahamas, The Bolivia Brazil Canada Colombia Costa Rica Cuba (Guantanamo) Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua Panama Peru Uruguay Venezuela Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore Total - Undistributed Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide ,674 6, ,384,883 7,79 8,593 6,384 8,33 7,79 8,593 8

23 NAVY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) Alaska Hawaii Guam Puerto Rico Total - United States and Territories Europe Belgium France Germany Greece Iceland Italy Malta Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Total - Europe East Asia and Pacific Australia China (Includes Hong Kong) Japan Korea, Republic of Laos Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Total - East Asia and Pacific North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain Diego Garcia Egypt India Israel Jordan 6, , , , ,54 5 6, , , , , ,5 86, ,77,344, ,33,9, ,6,6 69,

24 NAVY CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire Morocco Saudi Arabia Seychelles United Arab Emirates Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Djibouti Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Bahamas, The Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Cuba (Guantanamo) Ecuador El Salvador Panama Peru Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore Total - Undistributed Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide ,54 76, ,3 3,7,783,49 4,3 73,96,783,49

25 AIR FORCE CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) Alaska Hawaii Guam Puerto Rico Total - United States and Territories Europe Albania Belgium Bulgaria Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Greenland Iceland Italy Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Netherlands Norway Portugal Slovakia Spain Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom Total - Europe East Asia and Pacific Australia Japan Korea, Republic of Philippines Singapore Thailand Total - East Asia and Pacific North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain Egypt Israel Jordan 46,788,73, ,9 4 4, , , ,784 4,73, , ,5,59, ,787,,65,5 4, , ,888,4 8 4,67

26 AIR FORCE CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Canada Colombia Ecuador Mexico Panama Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore Total - Undistributed Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide ,3 56, ,68 3,,9 6,589 8,684 54,35,95 6,589

27 OTHER DoD CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) Alaska Hawaii Guam Puerto Rico Total - United States and Territories Europe Belgium Denmark Germany Iceland Italy Netherlands Portugal Spain Turkey United Kingdom Total - Europe Former Soviet Union Russia Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia Japan Korea, Republic of Malaysia New Zealand Singapore Thailand Total - East Asia and Pacific North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain Egypt Israel Qatar Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Western Hemisphere Canada Cuba (Guantanamo) Total - Western Hemisphere 79, , ,67 64, ,8 9, ,8,84 4, , , ,545 6,65, ,8 65,45 9,5 479, ,6 3,8, ,595 4,54 36,

28 OTHER DoD CIVILIAN PERSONNEL STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY - MILITARY FUNCTIONS (39B) Total Total U. S. Foreign Foreign Direct Foreign Citizens Nationals Nationals Regional Area/Country Hire Nationals Direct Hire Direct Hire Indirect Hire Undistributed Ashore Total - Undistributed Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide 4,344 96,4 3,755 3,54 8,935 3,755 95,4 8,935 4

29 SECTION IV DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENTS OF MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL

30 SUMMARY OF DEPENDENTS OF MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL (P 4) A. TYPE OF DEPENDENTS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL Location Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Spouses Children Parents All Other Total - Dependents 68,77,9,94 38,549 5,94,966,556 55, ,74 9,535 83,748 99,397,4 76,759 7, 396 6,46 66,98 333,43 35, , ,349 9,77 535,66 B. LOCATION OF DEPENDENTS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PERSONNEL Location Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Continental United States,678,84 647,7 449,93 6,87 4,994 Alaska 6,97, ,78 Hawaii 53,64 3,38,9,435 8,4 U. S. Territories 6,376, ,785 Foreign Countries,68 7,79 4,73 8,73 88,3 Total - Worldwide,966, , ,349 9,77 535,66 C. LOCATION OF DEPENDENTS OF U.S. CITIZEN CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES Other DoD Location Total Army Navy Air Force Components Alaska (not reported) Hawaii (not reported) U. S. Territories (not reported) Foreign Countries,536,763,98,83 6,67 Total - Above Locations,536,763,98,83 6,67 6

31 TOTAL MILITARY AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Other DoD Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Components United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS),678,84 647,7 449,93 6,87 4,994 Alaska 6,97, ,78 Hawaii 53,64 3,38,9,435 8,4 Guam, ,77 Northern Mariana Islands 6 6 Puerto Rico 3,375, U. S. Virgin Islands 4 4 Wake Island Total - United States and Territories,765, ,597 46,636 7, ,457 Europe Albania Austria Belgium,7, Bosnia and Herzegovina 7 5 Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic 7 5 Denmark 8 5 Finland France Germany 86,487 57, ,78 3,57 Gibraltar 3 3 Greece Hungary Iceland, ,63 34 Ireland 5 4 Italy 5,,67 6,45 5 5, Latvia 6 6 Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Malta Netherlands, Norway Poland Portugal, ,59 38 Romania Serbia (includes Kosovo) Slovakia 8 6 Slovenia 6 5 Spain 3,89 6, Sweden Switzerland

32 TOTAL MILITARY AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Other DoD Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Components Turkey,68 5 6, United Kingdom 6, ,74 39 Total - Europe 3,79 6,45 9,989,38 5,69 4,886 Former Soviet Union Armenia 6 6 Azerbaijan Belarus 4 4 Georgia Kazakhstan 4 4 Kyrgyzstan 8 8 Russia Turkmenistan 6 6 Ukraine 5 6 Uzbekistan Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia Burma 3 3 Cambodia 6 6 China (Includes Hong Kong) Federated States of Micronesia 8 8 Fiji 3 3 Indonesia (Includes Timor) Japan 56,8,55 6,453 4,8,373,35 Korea, Republic of 9,38 6, , Malaysia 5 3 Marshall Islands New Zealand 7 5 Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam 5 5 Western Samoa Total - East Asia and Pacific 76,69 9,7 6,75 5,554 33,586,738 North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Algeria Bahrain Bangladesh 5 6 Diego Garcia Egypt India 8 3 Israel Jordan 9 9 8

33 TOTAL MILITARY AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Other DoD Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Components Lebanon 6 6 Morocco Nepal Oman 64 5 Pakistan 6 6 Qatar 4 4 Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka Tunisia 7 7 United Arab Emirates Yemen Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Benin Burundi Cameroon Chad 8 8 Congo (Kinshasa) Cote D'Ivoire Eritrea 7 3 Ethiopia 7 7 Gabon Gambia, The 4 4 Ghana 3 3 Guinea 8 8 Kenya Liberia 6 4 Mali Mozambique 5 5 Niger 9 9 Nigeria Senegal 6 6 Sierra Leone 4 4 South Africa St. Helena (Includes Ascension Island) Sudan Tanzania, United Republic of 6 4 Togo 6 6 Uganda 5 7 Zambia 9 9 Zimbabwe 8 8 Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Argentina

34 TOTAL MILITARY AND CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Other DoD Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Components Bahamas, The Barbados Belize Bermuda Bolivia Brazil 4 7 Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica 4 3 Cuba (Guantanamo) Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 4 8 Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua 34 3 Panama 3 9 Paraguay Peru St. Vincent and the Grenadines 4 4 Suriname 9 9 Trinidad and Tobago 8 8 Uruguay Venezuela 3 9 Total - Western Hemisphere, Undistributed Ashore 3, ,37 Total - Undistributed 3, ,37 Total - Foreign Countries 3,74 7,94 7, 8,73 9,6 6,67 Total - Worldwide,979,9 756, ,647 9,77 537,463 6,67 3

35 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS),678,84 647,7 449,93 6,87 4,994 Alaska 6,97, ,78 Hawaii 53,64 3,38,9,435 8,4 Guam, ,77 Northern Mariana Islands 6 6 Puerto Rico 3,375, U. S. Virgin Islands 4 4 Wake Island Europe Total - United States and Territories,765, ,597 46,636 7, ,457 Albania Austria Belgium,65, Bosnia and Herzegovina 7 5 Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic 7 5 Denmark 8 5 Finland France Germany 8,37 56, ,78 Gibraltar 3 3 Greece Hungary Iceland,4 37 4,63 Ireland 5 4 Italy 4,36,69 5, ,579 Latvia 6 6 Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Malta Netherlands, Norway Poland Portugal, ,56 Romania Slovakia 8 6 Slovenia 6 5 Spain,794 6, Sweden Switzerland 3 8 Turkey, ,465 3

36 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United Kingdom 5, ,95 Total - Europe,94 6,46 9,83,38 5,889 Former Soviet Union Armenia 6 6 Azerbaijan Belarus 4 4 Georgia Kazakhstan 4 4 Kyrgyzstan 8 8 Russia Turkmenistan 6 6 Ukraine 5 6 Uzbekistan Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia Burma 3 3 Cambodia 6 6 China (Includes Hong Kong) Federated States of Micronesia 8 8 Fiji 3 3 Indonesia (Includes Timor) Japan 53,7,74 5,7 4,8,85 Korea, Republic of 8,46 6, ,79 Malaysia 5 3 Marshall Islands New Zealand 5 5 Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam 5 5 Western Samoa Total - East Asia and Pacific 7,335 8,345 5,473 5,554 3,963 North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Algeria Bahrain Bangladesh 5 6 Diego Garcia 9 9 Egypt India 8 3 Israel 43 3 Jordan 9 9 Lebanon 6 6 3

37 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Morocco Nepal Oman 64 5 Pakistan 6 6 Qatar 4 4 Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka Tunisia 7 7 United Arab Emirates Yemen Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Benin Burundi Cameroon Chad 8 8 Congo (Kinshasa) Cote D'Ivoire Eritrea 7 3 Ethiopia 7 7 Gabon Gambia, The 4 4 Ghana 3 3 Guinea 8 8 Kenya Liberia 6 4 Mali Mozambique 5 5 Niger 9 9 Nigeria Senegal 6 6 Sierra Leone 4 4 South Africa St. Helena (Includes Ascension Island) Sudan Tanzania, United Republic of 6 4 Togo 6 6 Uganda 5 7 Zambia 9 9 Zimbabwe 8 8 Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Argentina Bahamas, The 33

38 ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Barbados Belize Bermuda Bolivia Brazil 39 7 Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba (Guantanamo) 6 4 Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 4 8 Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua 34 3 Panama 3 9 Paraguay Peru St. Vincent and the Grenadines 4 4 Suriname 9 9 Trinidad and Tobago 8 8 Uruguay Venezuela 3 9 Total - Western Hemisphere, Undistributed Ashore 3, ,37 Total - Undistributed 3, ,37 Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide,68,966,556 7,79 4,73 8,73 88,3 754, ,349 9,77 535,66 34

39 COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS),678,84 647,7 449,886 6,87 4,994 Alaska 4,84, ,74 Hawaii 47,888 3,38,75 7,48 7,95 Guam,43 7 5,63 Puerto Rico 3,47, U. S. Virgin Islands 4 Wake Island Europe Total - United States and Territories,757,8 684,597 46,37 68, ,795 Albania Austria Belgium,95, Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic 5 5 Denmark 8 5 Finland France Germany 77,36 56,474 3,3 Gibraltar Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland 4 6 Italy 3,79,69 5, ,89 Latvia 6 6 Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of 8 Malta 8 8 Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal, ,68 Romania Slovakia 8 6 Slovenia 6 5 Spain,4 6, Sweden Switzerland Turkey,68 48,56 35

40 COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United Kingdom 3, ,688 Total - Europe,949 6,46 8, ,389 Former Soviet Union Armenia 6 6 Azerbaijan Belarus 4 4 Georgia 6 6 Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan 4 4 Russia 36 5 Turkmenistan 6 6 Ukraine 5 6 Total - Former Soviet Union East Asia and Pacific Australia China (Includes Hong Kong) Fiji Indonesia (Includes Timor) 34 Japan 43,98,74 4,39 9,4 8,5 Korea, Republic of 4,945 3, ,39 Malaysia Marshall Islands New Zealand 3 3 Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam 5 6 Total - East Asia and Pacific 49,534 5,543 4,464 9,684 9,843 North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain Bangladesh 5 6 Egypt India Israel Jordan 8 4 Lebanon 6 6 Morocco Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka Tunisia

41 COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United Arab Emirates 3 6 Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Cameroon Congo (Kinshasa) Cote D'Ivoire Eritrea 7 3 Ethiopia 7 4 Gabon Ghana 3 8 Guinea Kenya Liberia Mali Mozambique 5 5 Niger Nigeria 5 4 Senegal South Africa 8 3 Tanzania, United Republic of 6 4 Togo 4 4 Uganda 5 6 Zambia 3 3 Zimbabwe 8 8 Total - Sub-Saharan Africa Western Hemisphere Argentina Bahamas, The Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile 7 3 Colombia Costa Rica 8 8 Cuba (Guantanamo) 8 8 Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 6 5 Guatemala 9 5 Haiti 6 6 Honduras Jamaica 6 6 Mexico

42 COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Nicaragua 3 9 Panama 8 6 Paraguay Peru Suriname 9 9 Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay Venezuela 4 5 Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore,98 8 8,956 Total - Undistributed,98 8 8,956 Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide 65,74,9,796 67,377,834,787 64,76 75, ,5 79,6 58,5 38

43 NON-COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force United States and Territories Continental United States (CONUS) Alaska,93 87,4 Hawaii 5, ,955,5 Guam Northern Mariana Islands 6 6 Puerto Rico 8 7 U. S. Virgin Islands 8 Europe Total - United States and Territories 8, ,35 3,66 Austria 4 4 Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina 5 5 Czech Republic France 9 7 Germany 4, ,767 Gibraltar Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland 5 5 Italy, Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of 8 7 Malta 4 4 Netherlands Norway Poland 3 3 Portugal Romania Spain Sweden 6 6 Switzerland 6 6 Turkey United Kingdom, ,64 Total - Europe 9, ,5 Former Soviet Union Georgia 6 6 Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan 4 4 Russia Uzbekistan Total - Former Soviet Union

44 NON-COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force East Asia and Pacific Australia Burma 3 3 Cambodia 6 6 China (Includes Hong Kong) Federated States of Micronesia 8 8 Fiji Indonesia (Includes Timor) Japan 9, ,39,736 Korea, Republic of 3,,8 7 55,337 Malaysia 7 5 New Zealand Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam 4 4 Western Samoa Total - East Asia and Pacific,8,8,9 5,87 3, North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Algeria Bahrain Diego Garcia 9 9 Egypt 3 3 India Israel 8 6 Jordan 7 5 Morocco Nepal Oman 7 6 Pakistan 6 6 Qatar Saudi Arabia 3 3 United Arab Emirates Yemen Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Benin Burundi Chad 8 8 Cote D'Ivoire Ethiopia 6 6 Gambia, The 4 4 4

45 NON-COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Ghana Guinea 6 6 Kenya 6 5 Liberia 4 4 Niger 8 8 Nigeria 8 8 Senegal 4 4 Sierra Leone 4 4 South Africa 7 3 St. Helena (Includes Ascension Island) Sudan Togo Uganda Zambia 6 6 Total - Sub-Saharan Africa 7 7 Western Hemisphere Argentina Barbados Belize Bermuda Bolivia 6 6 Brazil 5 5 Canada Chile 8 6 Colombia Costa Rica 3 3 Cuba (Guantanamo) 8 6 Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador 5 3 Guatemala 5 5 Guyana Haiti 8 8 Honduras Jamaica 3 3 Mexico Nicaragua Panama 3 3 Paraguay Peru St. Vincent and the Grenadines 4 4 Trinidad and Tobago 6 6 Uruguay 6 6 Venezuela 6 4 4

46 NON-COMMAND SPONSORED DEPENDENT STRENGTHS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Marine Corps Air Force Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore,99 8,8 Total - Undistributed,99 8,8 Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide 35,454 43,76,8,879 7,86 3,487,8,98,6 7,49 4

47 U.S. CITIZEN CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES DEPENDENT STRENGTHS BY REGIONAL AREA AND BY COUNTRY (39C) Other DoD Regional Area/Country Total Army Navy Air Force Components Europe Belgium Germany 5, ,57 Greece 6 6 Iceland Italy, Luxembourg Netherlands Portugal Spain Switzerland 5 5 Turkey United Kingdom Total - Europe 7, ,8 4,886 East Asia and Pacific Australia 6 4 Japan 3, 8,83 5,35 Korea, Republic of, Marshall Islands 7 7 New Zealand Singapore Total - East Asia and Pacific 4,355 76,3 63,738 North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Bahrain 3 Diego Garcia 3 3 Egypt 3 3 Israel 6 4 Saudi Arabia 5 5 United Arab Emirates Total - North Africa, Near East, and South Asia Western Hemisphere Bolivia 4 4 Brazil Canada Colombia 4 4 Costa Rica 3 3 Cuba (Guantanamo) Honduras 4 4 Peru Total - Western Hemisphere Undistributed Ashore 8 8 Total - Undistributed 8 8 Total - Foreign Countries Total - Worldwide,536,536,763,98,83 6,67,763,98,83 6,67 43

48 GLOSSARY OF TERMS Active Duty. Full-time duty in the active service of a uniformed service, including duty on the active list, fulltime training duty, annual training duty, and attendance while in the active service at a school designated as a service school, or by law, or by the Secretary concerned. Civil Functions. Functions primarily associated with the civil works program of the Army Corps of Engineers. This program encompasses planning, programming, designing, constructing, and operating Federal water resource projects for navigation, flood control, hydroelectric power, water supply, recreation, and related activities. Civil functions also includes cemeterial workers (Army) and a conservation management employee (Air Force). Civilian Dependent Exclusion. Excluded from counts of dependents of civilian employees are dependents in the Continental United States and dependents of civilians working in Alaska, Hawaii, and the U. S. Territories. Command Sponsored (CS) Military Dependent. A dependent of a Service member residing with the Service member at his or her duty station, where an accompanied tour is authorized, and the dependent meets the following conditions: ) entitled to government funded travel to and from the duty station incident to the Service member s permanent change of station (PCS) travel; ) is authorized by the appropriate authority to be at the Service member s duty station; and 3) his/her presence entitles the Service member to a with dependents rate for station allowance. The formal definition applies only to dependents outside the Continental United States. For this publication, all military dependents in the Continental United States are shown as Command Sponsored. Continental United States. Unless otherwise qualified, means the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia. Direct Hire Civilians. Employees hired directly by an agency of the Department of Defense (DoD). Included are Direct Hire Foreign Nationals, who are hired by the Department of Defense to support DoD activities in their home countries or non-citizens in the United States. Counts of employees in special employment categories, that were excluded from previously enforced Presidential ceiling controls, are not included in this publication. Forward Deployment Pacific Theater. Total of all personnel in the East Asia and Pacific Regional Area plus shore-based personnel in the following countries: Bangladesh, Diego Garcia, Guam, India, Johnston Atoll, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Midway Islands, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Indirect Hire Civilians. Foreign Nationals assigned to support U.S. forces through contracts or agreements with foreign governments (or agencies thereof). These personnel are employees of the foreign governments involved. Military Afloat. Navy and Marine Corps military personnel aboard ship. Also includes Navy and Marine Corps military personnel who are assigned to afloat and mobile units, such as aircraft squadrons, construction battalions, and fleet and air command staffs, and who are aboard ship. Military Functions. Activities normally associated with the Uniformed Services. Military Temporarily Shore-Based. Navy and Marine Corps military personnel assigned to afloat and mobile units, such as aircraft squadrons, construction battalions, and fleet and air command staffs, and who are temporarily based ashore for a period that will exceed 3 days. (For this publication, temporarily shorebased personnel are included with military ashore). 44

49 Non-Command Sponsored (NCS) Military Dependent. A dependent of a Service member residing with the Service member at his or her duty station outside the Continental United States, where government funded travel to and from the duty station in conjunction with the Service member s PCS travel is not authorized and the dependent s presence does not entitle the Service member to the with dependents rate for station allowance. OTHER DoD ORGANIZATIONS. * Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) * Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) Inspector General of the Department of Defense (DoD IG) National Defense University (NDU) * U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CMA) Department of Defense Agencies: * Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) * Defense Legal Services Agency (DLSA) Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) * Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) Defense Security Service (DSS) Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) *Missile Defense Agency (MDA) * Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) Department of Defense Field Activities: * American Forces Information Service (AFIS) ** Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA) * TRICARE Management Activity (TMA) * Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) * Defense Technology Security Administration (DTSA) * Defense Test Resource Management Center (DTRMC) Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) * Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) * Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) NOTE: * Organizations serviced by WHS. ** Organizations serviced by DLA and DISA Operating Location. Operating location is defined as the geographic location where military or civilian employees of the Department of Defense are physically located for the performance of duties. Total Civilians (Section I, Table 39 - Summary). Includes both direct and indirect hire for Military Functions only. For a total of DoD civilians supporting Civil Functions, see the end of the summary table in Section III. Transients. All military members who are available for duty while executing PCS orders. Transients shall comprise all military personnel in a travel, proceed, leave enroute, or temporary duty enroute status on PCS orders to execute an accession, separation, training, operational, or rotational move. 45

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