Military of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

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Military branches: No regular military force; the Special Service Unit, and the Coast Guard, are both under the command of the Royal Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force.[1][2]

Manpower available for military service: Males age 16-49: 31,489 (2010 est.)[3]

Manpower fit for military service: Males age 16-49: 28,518; Females age 16-49: ??? (2010 est.)[3]

Manpower reaching militarily significant age annually: Male: 1,169; female: 1,224 (2010 est.)[3]

Active Manpower: Approximately 94 men and women[1]

Military expenditures - dollar figure: NA%[4]

Military expenditures - percent of gross domestic product: NA%[4]

Military partner: The Royal Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force receives training from the USSOUTHCOM.[5][6][7] The United States Armed Forces consider Saint Vincent and the Grenadines as a partner nation in the Caribbean, along with St. Lucia.[8]

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  1. ^ a b Referenced by Comparative Criminology
  2. ^ Referenced by the Royal Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force
  3. ^ a b c Referenced by Nation Master
  4. ^ a b Referenced by the CIA World Fact Book
  5. ^ Marines teach martial arts to Caribbean soldiers, police
  6. ^ Puerto Rican Army Reserve cook’s Caribbean cuisine the hit of exerciseTradewinds
  7. ^ Referenced here
  8. ^ Divers Demonstrate Capabilities During Navy Diver-Southern Partnership Station 2009

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