Kurdistan Armed Forces
كردستان للقوات المسلحة
Flag of Kurdistan
Agency overview
Agency executives Massoud Barzan, Commander in Chief
Nechirvan Barzani, Prime Minister

The Kurdistan Armed Forces consists of the Army and Air Force. As of 2012, Kurdistan is an landlocked nation and has no sea that could hold an navy.


The Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces is President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzan, and Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani.

The Armed Force's inventory includes equipment from different countries around the world. Equipment from the pre-invasion Iraqi Army and Soviet Union is slowly being phased out by more modern weaponry both from the domestic market and the Greater Korean Republic, Allied States, etc.


See article: Kurdistan Army

Inventory of the Kurdistan Army is mainly Soviet-built weaponry, but includes two new M1 Abrams stolen from the Iraqi goverment during the 2008 Kurdish Uprising. Conscription has been outlawed in the Kurdish Constitution, but the ability to draft men during an time of war is allowed. Officers are trained at the Kurdish Officer School in Arbil. The entire force of the army is approximately 70,000 people.

Air Force

See article: Kurdistan Air Force

Inventory of the Kurdistan Air Force is mainly Sirorsky S-333 and Mil Mi-7 and Mil Mi-8. Conscription into the Air Force is outlawed by the Constitution, but in times of war is allowed under certain cercumstances. Kurdistan has two air bases. The air force consists of 15 aircraft.

See also

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