476 / 951 Total available aircraft assuming a Below AverageReadiness Rate of 50.0%.
666 / 951 Total available aircraft assuming an AverageReadiness Rate of 70.0%.
713 / 951 Total available aircraft assuming an Above AverageReadiness Rate of 75.0%.
761 / 951 Total available aircraft assuming an ExcellentReadiness Rate of 80.0%.
TvR is this air service's TrueValue Rating. The value is formulated by way of assessing an air service's current strengths and weaknesses. All are matched against the top-most performer, this being the USAF which yields a TvR of 242.9.
Global Rank: 45/100
This air service's Global Rank when compared to the rest of the national powers of WDMMA. A total of 100 air services from 74 nations are currently tracked. View the current ranking.
FORCE CONCENTRATION: Attack: 572units Support: 208units Training: 171units Future: 0units
Airframes detailed as fighter, interceptor, or general attack types including multi-role though excluding dedicated bombers and CAS.
Total Units:458 (48%)
Airframes developed for the strategic-level direct-attack role; typical qualities include subsonic or supersonic performance, long range, and high-altitude capabilities.
Total Units:80 (8%)
Close-Air Support (34)
Airframes utilized in the direct-attack role; typically featuring extended loitering and excellent low-and-slow capabilities.
Total Units:34 (4%)
Airframes detailed as manned rotary-wing platforms used in the transport, special-mission, or direct-attack roles.
Total Units:204 (21%)
Airframes used in the dedicated hauler role, serving either military or high-government personnel or in supply / cargo delivery.
Total Units:4 (0%)
Airframes reserved for dedicated Basic, Advanced, Flight, and Helicopter airman training.
Advanced Jet Trainer
Total Units:171 (18%)
On Order (0)
Aircraft set to be delivered in the current procurement year or in subsequent year(s).