Military of Bangladesh

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Bangladesh Ordnance Factories

The Bangladesh Armed Forces are a the military forces of the Bangladesh that consist of three the branches, the Bangladesh Army, the Bangladesh Navy and the Bangladesh Air Force. Border Guards Bangladesh, Bangladesh Coast Guard, are under the jurisdiction of [[Ministry of HomBold texte Affairs (Bangladesh)|Ministry of Home Affairs]] during peacetime, but during wartime they fall under the command of Bangladesh Army and Bangladesh Navy.

The President of Bangladesh is the Commander-in-chief of the military, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) is the principal administrative organization by which military policy is formulated and executed. The MoD is headed by the Minister of Defense, who is a civilian and a member of the Cabinet, usually held by the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, who also serves as the President's second-in-command of the military. To coordinate military policy with diplomacy both the President and the Prime Minister are advised by a six-member board, three Chiefs of Staff, which includes the head of each of the regular services, Principal Staff Officer of the Armed Forces Division, and Military Secretaries to the President and the Prime Minister. The Director Generals of the NSI, the DGFI and the BGB also serve in an advisory capacity.

The Armed Forces Day is observed on November 21. Official functions are held at "Bangabhaban", Dhaka, "Armed Forces Division Head Quarter", Dhaka Cantonment, and at every military installation throughout the country.


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