Spanish Military Power 2023 – Spanish Army – How Powerful is Spain?

The Spanish armed forces is a professional force consisting of, 120,000 active personnel and 15,000 reserve personnel. This video tabulates how many weapons of war the Spain currently has.

The Spanish Armed Forces are in charge of guaranteeing the sovereignty and independence of the Kingdom of Spain, defending its territorial integrity and the constitutional order, according to the functions entrusted to them by the Constitution of 1978]. They are composed of: the Army, the Air and Space Force, the Navy, the Royal Guard and the Military Emergencies Unit, as well as the so-called Common Corps.

Spain is one of the most militarily powerful nations of the European Union (EUFOR) and Eurocorps.

Interesting how most of Spain will be on the chopping block for siding with Satanic forces like NATO.

God has prophesied through Nostradamus that He will make a second butcher’s bench (slaughter) of the Spanish people who stand against Him and the setting up of Christ’s Kingdom in the Campo. – Letter to People of the Campo - Gibraltar Messenger

SPAIN Finally Testing NEW Advanced 6th Generation Fighter Jets


Shown are ASCOD tank, F110 Frigate, Euro Drone, Eurofighter Typhoon, and Future Air Combat System

Spain, renowned for its rich history and culture, is also a powerhouse in the realm of defense technology. Delve into the world of Spain's most advanced defense equipment, showcasing the nation's commitment to innovation, precision, and security. From state-of-the-art weaponry to cutting-edge surveillance systems, Spain has carved a niche in producing top-tier military gear. This feature provides an in-depth look into the best of Spanish defense, highlighting the equipment that stands as a testament to the nation's technological prowess and dedication to global security.

Spain Elevates Defence Arsenal: 16 Airbus C295


Spain's acquisition of 16 Airbus C295s denotes a transformative leap in bolstering national defense, amplifying anti-submarine warfare capabilities, and fortifying surveillance and reconnaissance missions. This strategic investment signifies a pivotal advancement in Spain's defense apparatus and underscores the nation's commitment to enhancing its aerial defense prowess.

Spain Blocks EU From Joining US-Led Operation Against Houthis in Red Sea - Reports

Spain has blocked the European Union's participation in the US-led operation in the Red Sea aimed at protecting commercial vessels from Yemeni Houthis, Spanish newspaper El Confidencial reported.

Spain vetoed the EU's participation in the Operation Prosperity Guardian despite the government's advocating for whole Europe to join the mission several hours before, the newspaper reported.

Spain has not explained the u-turn on the policy to the partners, the newspaper reported on Thursday.

On Monday, the US launched an international operation aimed at protecting commercial ships in the Red Sea from the attacks of Yemen's Ansar Allah rebel movement, also known as the Houthis. On Thursday, Pentagon spokesman Patrick Ryder said that more than 20 countries had so far signed on to participate in the coalition.

Spain blocks EU participation in US operation in Red Sea — newspaper

According to the media, on December 21 Madrid changed its position and vetoed the decision at the meeting of the working group of EU advisers on international relations

Spain has vetoed the European participation in the US operation to ensure freedom of navigation and protection of ships in the Red Sea, the El Confidencial newspaper reported.

According to the newspaper, Madrid initially wanted the entire community to participate in the mission. During an emergency meeting on December 20, the EU's Political and Security Committee unanimously approved the community’s participation in the initiative by expanding Operation Atalanta.

However, according to the newspaper, on December 21 Madrid changed its position and vetoed the decision at the meeting of the working group of EU advisers on international relations. European diplomatic sources told the newspaper that the Spanish government's "change of position" had not been explained to its partners.

On December 20, EU diplomatic chief Josep Borrell said that EU member states had decided to participate in the US Operation Prosperity Guardian to ensure freedom of navigation and protection of ships in the Red Sea.

Following the escalation of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in the Gaza Strip, the Yemeni rebels (Houthis) declared that they would attack Israeli territory and would not allow any ships affiliated with it to pass through the waters of the Red Sea and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait until the operation in the Palestinian enclave was stopped. In response, US authorities announced their intention to launch Operation Prosperity Guardian in the Red Sea to ensure freedom of navigation and the safety of vessels.

Spain’s PSOE-Sumar calls for European Union-led naval mission against Houthi forces in Yemen

Spain’s Socialist Party (PSOE)-Sumar government has called for the European Union (EU) to launch its own naval operation in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden targeting the Houthi rebels in Yemen and Iran, independent from the United States.

Despite this news - Spain Blocks EU From Joining US-Led Operation Against Houthis in Red Sea - Reports

On December 23, Spain’s Ministry of Defence called for “a new and specific mission, with its own scope, means and objectives, agreed upon by the corresponding EU bodies” to “guarantee maritime security” in the Red Sea.

Spain’s announcement underscores the hypocrisy of the PSOE-Sumar government. Over the past month, the government has postured as opposing Israel’s genocide.

Long article - here.

ON another note:

Spain’s PM says he doesn’t oppose new Red Sea mission instead of using EU’s Atalanta

Spain opposes using the European Union’s anti-piracy naval force to protect merchant ships in the Red Sea from the Yemeni Houthi militia, but it is willing to consider the creation of a different mission to tackle the problem, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Wednesday (27 December).