2017 Liuksemburgo euro monetų rinkinių maišas plius 2 eurų moneta Liuksemburgo savanoriška armija
Originalus 2017 Liuksemburgo euro monetų rinkinių maišas
5 euro monetų rinkiniai nuo 1 cnt iki 2 eurų 2017
5*2 eurų monetos Liuksemburgo savanoriška armija.
Original 2017 Luxembourg euro coins set Bag.
5 euro coins sets from 1 cent to 2 euro 2017
5*2 euro coins voluntariness of the Luxembourg army 2017
The issuance of the coin rolls of the 2 euro commemorative coins dedicated to the anniversary of the voluntariness of the Luxembourg arms
The Luxembourg Army is the national military of Luxembourg. Luxembourg has no navy, as the country is landlocked. It has no air force either, although it does have aircraft. The Luxembourg Army was integrated into the Force Publique (Public Force), which included the Gendarmerie and the Police. The Gendarmerie was merged into the Grand Ducal Police in 2000. The army has been an all-volunteer force since 1967. It has a current strength of approximately 450 professional soldiers, 340 enlisted recruits and 100 civilians, and a total budget of $369 million, or 0.9% of GDP.
The army is under civilian control. The Commander-in-Chief is the Grand Duke. The professional head of the army is the Chief of Defence, currently Romain Mancinelli. He answers to the civil Minister for Defence in the civilian government, currently Etienne Schneider. The Grand Duke and the Chief of Defence are the only generals, with colonels as Deputy Chief of Defence and head of the Military Training Centre.