The basic defence doctrine, approved in May 1998, establishes the principles of civilian control over the armed forces; territorial defence as the main defence posture; creation of a joint operational commander under a Chief of General staff; and definition of the peacetime roles of the armed forces. The President of Mongolia is the Commander-in-Chief of the armed Forces; Parliament is responsible for the formulation of the defence policy and the defence budget. The total armed forces are around 24,000 personnel and a reserve force of 200,000 personnel.
The land forces of the Mongolian armed forces are composed with 20,500 soldiers, and a reserve force with 40,000 soldiers, with the structure:
3 infantry division, 1 sol-air missile regiment, 1 construction brigade, and 1 commando battalion.

Military equipment and vehicle Mongolian Army of Mongolia.

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