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Military and Federal Statistics Resources

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Air Force and Space Digest, 1959- 1971

US Air Force Almanac in Air Force Magazine May/June issue, 1971-

Air Force Magazine [section The War on Terrorism includes casualties: troop and civilian deaths killed in action and noncombat incidents, wounded in action, wounded and returned to duty within 72 hours, and wounded unable to return to duty quickly]

Air Force Personnel Center - http://access.afpc.af.mil/

Center for Defense Information Military Almanac Call no.: 355.00973 C386 1995, 1997, 1999
Economic, Justice, Labor, Education, Health, Transportation

Defense Casualty System - https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/dcas/pages/main.xhtml

Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy - Magazine
Arms transfer table contains significant recent int’l transfers of Defense goods &services
Power table contains significant elections and changes in governments 

Dept of Defense Procurement - https://www.usaspending.gov/

Federal Procurement Data System -https://www.fpds.gov/fpdsng_cms/index.php/en/reports.html

Fedstats - http://fedstats.sites.usa.gov/

2015 Index of US Military Strengths (2015 is the inaugural edition) - http://index.heritage.org/militarystrength/
This index is an annual assessment of the state of America’s “hard power,” the geographic and functional environments relevant to the United States’ vital national interests, and threats that rise to a level that put those interests at risk.

Military Manpower Statistics - https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/

National Center for Education Statistics - http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/getpubcats.asp?sid=091#061

Selected Manpower Statistics Call no.: 355.22 D419s
https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/dwp/rest/download?fileName=M01.zip&groupName=pubSelectedManpower

SIPRI Military Expenditure Database: see also SIPRI  Yearbooks  Call no.: RR 341.67 S864s
http://www.sipri.org/research/armaments/milex/milex_database
Military spending of 171 countries since 1988, and of NATO member states from 1949 or from whey they joined NATO. 

Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) - http://comptroller.defense.gov/
In addition to budget numbers, justification materials, and performance measures you will also find information about the Department's ongoing effort to improve efficiency and accountability

Uniformed Services Almanac – Call no.: 355.059 U58 1974-2008
Military retirees, Active Duty Military Personnel (Officers and Enlisted), by female personnel, Grade and Service, by education level, and ethnic group

United States Statistical Abstracts (includes some foreign) – Call no.:  RR 317.3 Un31 2014
https://www.census.gov/library/publications/time-series/statistical_abstracts.html

World AlmanacCall no.: RR 310 W89 2015
Book of facts, worldwide

The World Defence Almanac in Military Technology (Jan. issue) ISSN 0722-3226
Arranged by country, general data, defense strategy, Strategic Guidance, Quadrennial Defense Review, Unified Commands, Nuclear Forces, Defense Forces