The Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) is the military of Ethiopia. The common heading of the military is helped out through the Ministry of Defense, which regulates the ground powers, flying corps, just as the Defense Industry Sector. The present barrier serve is Motuma Mekassa.
The span of the ENDF has vacillated essentially since the finish of the Ethiopia-Eritrea war in 2000. In 2002 the Ethiopian Defense Forces had a quality of roughly 400,000 troops. This was generally a similar number kept up amid the Derg routine that tumbled to the dissident powers in 1991. In any case, that number was later diminished, and in January 2007, amid the War in Somalia, Ethiopian powers were said to involve around 300,000 troops. In 2012, the IISS assessed that the ground powers had 135,000 workforces and the flying corps 3,000.
Starting at 2012, the ENDF comprises two separate branches: the Ground Forces and the Ethiopian Air Force. Ethiopia has a few resistance modern associations that create and upgrade distinctive weapons frameworks. A large portion of these was worked under the Derg routine which arranged an extensive military-modern complex. The ENDF depends on deliberate military administration of individuals over 18 years old. In spite of the fact that there is no obligatory military administration, the military may lead call-ups when vital and consistency is mandatory.
Being a landlocked nation, Ethiopia today has no naval force. Ethiopia reacquired a coastline on the Red Sea in 1950 and made the Ethiopian Navy in 1955. Eritrea's freedom in 1991 remaining Ethiopia landlocked once more, however, the Ethiopian Navy kept on working from outside ports until the point that it, at last, was disbanded in 1996.