The military has the largest combat force in the world, but the U.S. Army has the second-largest number of troops on the planet, according to a new report from the U the Washington Post.
The military’s total combat force of nearly 1.6 million is far larger than the Army of the United Nations (UN), which has more than a million soldiers, according the Defense Department.
The report also found that there are more than 4 million Army Reserve troops and 1.2 million Army National Guard troops.
There are about a million Army and Marine Corps reserve troops, and there are about 2 million Army soldiers and Air Force reservists.
The number of Army and Air National Guard soldiers has grown by nearly 50 percent over the last three years, while the number of National Guard Army troops has increased by more than 20 percent, the report said.
The Army’s total troop strength increased from 1.3 million in 2014 to 1.5 million in 2017, with the Army in the top 10 for the total number of soldiers on active duty and reserve worldwide.
The most active Army units include the 1st Infantry Division (IAD), which includes the 2nd Armored Cavalry Division, the 4th Infantry Division and the 3rd Infantry Division, according Army officials.
The 2nd Infantry Division is based in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, while 4th and 5th Infantry Divisions are based at Fort Polk, Florida.
The 3rd and 4th divisions have about 4,000 soldiers each, while 2nd Army Corps is about 2,500 soldiers.
Army National Guardsmen and National Guard Reserve troops are the Army’s largest force, with about 1,500,000 and 1,100,000 respectively, according a Pentagon report.
The 1st Army Division is the only Army division in the United States to have a combat brigade, the Defense Intelligence Agency reported in 2016.
The brigade consists of three divisions: the 1,000-man 1st Battalion, 4th Cavalry Regiment and the 1.1-man, 2nd Brigade Combat Team.
The Brigade Combat Teams are used for combat operations and training.