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Currently, the military of Somaliland receives the biggest share of the country's budget. A editorial on a preliminary 2004 budget cited a figure of approximately $6.8 million. Due to Somaliland's lack of international recognition, the country receives no foreign assistance to maintain its military.
The army was organized into 12 divisions which comprise 4 tank brigades, 45 mechanized and infantry brigades, 4 commando brigades, surface-to-air missile brigade, 3 artillery brigades, 30 field battalions, and an air defense battalion.
Centurion main battle tanks
M47 Patton main battle tanks
T-54/T-55 main battle tanks
T-34 medium tanks
M41 Walker Bulldog light tanks
Panhard AML 90 armoured cars
BRDM-2 reconnaissance vehicles
BTR-50 tracked armored personnel carriers
BTR-40, BTR-60 and BTR-152 wheeled armored personnel carriers
Fiat 6614/6616 armored personnel carriers
BMR-600 armored personnel carriers
BM-21 mobile rocket launchers
BGM-71 TOW anti-tank guided missiles
M198 towed howitzers
T-72 main battle tanks (20, Ukranian Built)
Air Defense Forces
The Air Defense Forces consisted of 7 brigades.
The serviceability of the equipment is poor and status is unknown.
SA-3 Goa surface-to-air missiles (not operational)
SA-2 Guideline surface-to-air missiles (not operational)
Strela 2 portable surface-to-air missiles (operational status unknown)
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 swing wing fighter aircraft (3 of 7 operational)
As of 1991, the navy was not operational. Prior to that, the Somali navy consisted of:
Osa-II missile-armed fast attack craft (2)
Mol PFT torpedo-armed fast attack craft (4)
Polnocny class landing ship