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  • Top 10 strongest countries
    by VARUN VERMA on November 10, 2011 at 11:07 PM
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    This video is based on the information given at , In this video nuclear weapons have not been considered,countries with high manpower and technology have made itThe United States (GFP formula value of 0.184) remains the undisputed leader of our list thanks to their staying "active" in global hotspots, showcasing the world's largest navy and continuing to poor in gobs of money into defense. Our formula sees China edge out Russia but only by the slimmest of margins (0.238 versus 0.241 respectively) with an edge in available manpower and financial capital.India(0.521) is in fourth place because of its huge manpower and it also has good technology. France (0.636) and Germany (0.672) are relative equals for the most part but the GFP formula gives a slight edge to France thanks to an aircraft carrier and capable navy as well as a bump in defense spending.Isreal would have been in 7th place,but they do not have a high manpower. Brazil (0.756) is the most powerful South American country on the list thanks to available manpower and a capable navy. Japan (0.920) is a "sleeper" power that sneaks into the top ten with a good navy, strong logistical infrastructure and capital.

  • world top 10 military power
    by VARUN VERMA on November 10, 2011 at 11:04 PM
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    World Top 10 Military Power

    1- U.S.A.

    2- China

    3- Russia

    4- India

    5- U.K.

    6- France

    7- Germany

    8- Brazil

    9- Japan

    10- Turkey

    The user should note that nuclear capability is not taken into account. This listing is purely a "numbers game" meant to spark debate and including such game-changers as nuclear weapons would clearly defeat the purpose of such an experiment. In any case, most any nation going to war would more than likely refrain from using such destructive warfare being that since the atomic bombs dropped in 1945, no nation has utilized this form of warfare for at least 60+ years despite there being a good amount of conflicts since then and more nuclear powers at play in the world. If there is a World War 3, it will most likely still be of the conventional sort. The comparisons here are for consideration in a "straight-up" war based solely on a nation's capabilities from land, sea and through the air with other statistics covering the logistical and financial aspects of waging such a campaign. Statistic sources and years are stated whenever possible. Some statistics may be estimated if concrete numbers are not available.

  • Top 10 Fighter Aircraft in the World
    by VARUN VERMA on November 10, 2011 at 11:02 PM
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    We all know what are the best fighter jets in the world right now but lets see what will happen in 2020. video based on current best fighter jets and on going projects.

    by VARUN VERMA on November 10, 2011 at 11:00 PM
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