Afghanistan Government National Security Markets – 2010-2014

Description

Publication: Q4 2009, Pages: 340, Tables & Figures: 288

2010 – 2014 market: $37 billion, 103 submarkets

After eight years of training, Afghanistan’s military and police have made progress, but there is still considerable work to be done. Presently, only a fraction of their forces are capable of confronting insurgents and maintaining law and order. President Obama’s Afghan strategy is predicated on the assumption that the pace of ANA and ANP recruitment, training and deployment can be significantly accelerated.

According to this report, an Afghan “train and equip” program (2010 – 2014) will cost the US approximately $65 billion and present US businesses with over $37 billion of challenges and opportunities. The Afghan military-security infrastructure is in need of everything from bullets and blankets to robots to counter IEDs and secure Intranet networking technologies to assure 24/7 inter-service communications. Along with analyzing the institutions, agencies and services being developed, the report’s 340 pages, 133 tables and 155 graphs, describes the market by:
  • Technology needs and challenges: e.g. Training technologies, personal protective gear, counter-IED technologies, simplified weapons systems and improved perimeter detection/security.
  • End Customer: e.g. Afghan government, ANA, ANP, Afghan Air Force, intelligence community, private sector.
  • Sub-Markets: e.g. Light weapons and ammunition – rifles, machine guns, mortars, grenade launchers; Artillery; Military wheeled vehicles – Humvees, MRAPs, line haul and semi tractors, 20T dump trucks; Critical infrastructure – electric, transportation, telecommunications; Communications – Manpacks, vehicle-mounted transceivers, satellite monitoring and intercept systems, secure voice/data technologies and switchboards; Security-related IT and Biometrics.
  • Mission: e.g. Training – Kabul Military Training Center, National Military Academy, branch schools; Counter-IED technologies – jamming technologies and equipment; Perimeter security – construction, sensors, C3 systems.
Table of Contents Table of Contents
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1. Scope, Methodology and Assumptions
1.1. Scope
1.2. Scenario Assumptions
1.3. Methodology
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Major Findings
2.2. Major Conclusions
2.3. Afghan Government and National Security Organization
2.4. Afghan National Security Market – 2009-2014
3. Market Drivers
4. Market Inhibitors
5. Afghanistan – Background
5.1. Fact Sheet
5.2. Country Profile
5.3. Afghanistan's Ethnic Groups
5.4. Political Structure
6. The Afghan Economy
6.1. The Afghan Economy at a Glance
6.2. The Economy – Background
6.3. Agriculture
6.4. Trade with Other Countries
6.5. Natural Resources
6.6. Natural Gas
6.7. The Smuggling Economy
6.8. The Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline
6.9. Economic Development
6.10. The Afghan Economy and Opium
6.11. Economic Development, Challenges
7. Insurgency
7.1. The Taliban
7.2. Insurgency Trends – 2003-2009
7.2.1. Insurgency Trends – Iraq vs. Afghanistan
7.3. Insurgency and Land Transportation
7.4. IED Attacks
8. The Obama Administration's Strategy
8.1. President Obama's Key Goals
8.1.1. US Strategy in Pakistan
8.1.2. International Dimension
8.1.3. Partner Contributions
8.1.4. Review Process and Long Term Commitment
8.1.5. Metrics
8.1.6. Lt. Gen. McChrystal Counter-Insurgency Strategy
8.2. ANSF "Force Buildup"
8.3. Negotiations with the Taliban
9. Afghan National Security Organizations
9.1. Security Institutions
9.2. National Security Council
9.3. Ministry of Defense (MoD)
9.4. Ministry of Internal Affairs (MoI)
9.5. The Afghan National Police (ANP)
9.6. National Directorate of Security (NDS)
9.7. Afghan Government Security Missions – 2009-2013
10. Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) – Market Background
10.1. Afghanistan Combined Security Transition Command
10.2. ANSF Funding – 2002-2009
10.3. ANSF Funding Outlook – 2008-2014
11. Afghan Government National Security Spending & Markets – 2010-2014
11.1. Afghanistan Government [ANA, ANP and Intel Community] Spending – 2009-2014
11.2. Afghan Government [ANA, ANP and Intel Community] Markets – 2009-2014
12. The Afghan National Army (ANA)
12.1. The Afghan National Army – Background
12.2. ANA Structure
12.3. ANA Order of Battle
12.3.1. 201st Corps – Order of Battle
12.3.2. The 203rd Corps – Order of Battle
12.3.3. The 205th Corps – Order of Battle
12.3.4. The 207th Corps – Order of Battle
12.3.5. The 209th Corps – Order of Battle
12.4. ANA Training
12.4.1. The Ana Training Establishment
12.5. ANA Recruiting and Retention
12.6. ANA Salary and Pay
12.7. ANA Combat Readiness Assessment
12.8. Ethnic and Factional Considerations
13. Afghan National Army (ANA) Market – 2010-2014
13.1. ANA Market - Background
13.2. ANA Spending and Market – 2009-2014
13.2.1. ANA Spending and Market – 2009-2014
13.3. ANA Equipment Price Lists, and Itemized Procurement Schedule
13.3.1. ANA Equipment Price Lists – 2010
13.4. ANA Itemized Equipment Units and Procurement Schedule – 2009
14. Afghan National Air Force
14.1. Development Plan Through 2016
14.2. Afghan National Air Force Infrastructure
14.3. Afghan National Air Force Inventory
14.4. Pilot Training
14.5. Afghan National Air Force Facilities
15. Afghan National Air Force Market – 2010-2014
15.1. Fixed & Rotary Wing Aircrafts Market – 2009-2014
15.2. Air Force Auxiliary Equipment Market – 2009-2014
15.3. Summary: Air Force Market – 2009-2014
15.4. Air Force Itemized Procurement Schedule – 2009-2014
16. The Afghan National Police (ANP)
16.1. ANP Background
16.2. ANP Funding – 2002-2008
16.3. 2008-2009 Initiatives
16.4. ANP "Focused District Development" Programs
16.5. ANP Recruiting and Retention
16.6. ANP Equipment
16.7. ANP Assessment
16.8. ANP Market – Background
16.9. The ANP 2009-2014 Reform Programs
16.1. The ANP Procurement Chain
17. Afghan National Police (ANP) Market – 2010-2014
17.1. ANP Itemized Price Lists, and DOD Procurement Schedule – 2009-2010
17.1.1. ANP Itemized Equipment Price Lists – 2010
17.1.2. ANP Itemized Procurement Schedule – 2009
17.2. The Afghan National Police Spending & Markets – 2009-2014
18. Afghan Intelligence Community
18.1. Afghan Intelligence Service
18.2. Major Findings
19. Afghan Intelligence Community Markets – 2010-2014
19.1. National Intelligence Community Spending – 2009-2014
19.2. Intelligence Community Command, Control and Communication Systems Market – 2009-2014
19.3. Intelligence Community SIGINT Equipment Market – 2009-2014
19.4. Intelligence Community Land Based Imagery Market – 2009-2014
19.5. Intelligence Community Information Technology Market – 2009-2014
19.6. Intelligence Community Other Equipment Market – 2009-2014
19.7. Summary: Intelligence Community Market – 2009-2014
20. Afghan Private Sector Security
20.1. Background
20.2. Cost of Security
21. Afghan Private Sector Security Markets – 2010-2014
21.1. Afghan Private Sector Security Spending – 2009-2014
21.2. Afghan Private Sector Security Markets – 2009-2014
22. Afghan National Security: Foreign Funding Agencies, Policies & Processes
22.1. Afghan Security Funding – Background
22.2. The "Afghanistan Security Forces Fund"
22.2.1. "Afghanistan Security Forces Fund" Policy and Procedures
22.2.2. Afghanistan Security Forces Fund: Operations and Maintenance
22.3. Pseudo-Foreign Military Sales Procedures
22.4. Legal Provisions for Assisting the Afghan Security Forces
22.5. The Joint Contracting Command- Afghanistan (JCC-I/A)
22.6. US Security Forces Funding" CERP"
23. Afghan Security – Business Opportunities and Challenges
23.1. Technology Needs and Challenges
24. Afghan Security Market – Competitiveness Analysis
25. Light Weapons & Ammunition Market – 2010-2014
25.1. Market Background and Analysis
25.2. M16 Rifles Market – 2009-2014
25.3. Light Machine Gun Market – 2009-2014
25.4. Heavy Machine Guns Market – 2009-2014
25.5. Mortars, Grenade Launchers and Other Light Weapons Market – 2009-2014
25.5.1. Grenade Launchers Market
25.5.2. 81mm Mortars Market
25.5.3. Other Light Weapons Market
25.6. Summary: Light Weapons Market – 2009-2014
26. Artillery Market – 2010-2014
26.1. 155mm Howitzer Market – 2009-2014
26.2. Other Artillery Market – 2009-2014
26.3. Artillery: Auxiliary Equipment Market – 2009-2014
26.3.1. Fire Direction Centers Market Background
26.3.2. Artillery C-3I and Communication Equipment Market – 2009-2014
26.4. Summary: Artillery Market – 2009-2014
27. Military Wheeled Vehicles Market – 2010-2014
27.1. Humvee Market – 2009-2014
27.2. Armored Humvee Market – 2009-2014
27.3. Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Market – 2009-2014
27.4. Medium Tactical Vehicles Market – 2009-2014
27.5. Semi-Trailer Market – 2009-2014
27.6. Line Haul Tractor Market – 2009-2014
27.7. 20-T Dump Truck Market – 2009-2014
27.8. Soft Vehicles Market – 2009-2014
27.9. Other ANA & ANP Vehicles Market – 2009-2014
27.1. Summary: Military Wheeled Vehicles Market – 2009-2014
28. Critical Infrastructure Security Market – 2010-2014
28.1. Scope
28.1.1. Afghanistan Infrastructure Background
28.1.2. Electric Utilities Infrastructure Security
28.1.3. Transportation Security
28.2. Utilities (Electric, Water & Gas) Infrastructure Security Market – 2009-2014
28.3. Land Transportation Market – 2009-2014
28.4. Airport Security Market – 2009-2014
28.4.1. Afghan Aviation
28.5. Communication Infrastructure Security Market – 2009-2014
28.5.1. Telecommunication Security Market Background
28.6. Other Critical Infrastruture Markets – 2009-2014
28.7. Summary: Critical Infrastructure Security Market – 2009-2014
29. ANA & ANP Communication Equipment Market – 2010-2014
29.1. Market Background
29.2. Manpack Squad Radios Market – 2009-2014
29.3. Vehicle-Mounted Tranceivers Market – 2009-2014
29.4. Satellite Monitoring and Intercept Systems Market – 2009-2014
29.5. Secure Voice/Data Equipment Market – 2009-2014
29.7. Switchboards Market – 2009-2014
29.8. Other Communication Gear Market – 2009-2014
29.9. Summary: Communication Equipment Market [$M] – 2009-2014
30. Counter-IED Market Outlook – 2010-2014
30.1. IEDs in Afghanistan Background
30.1.1. "Passive Infrared" and Explosively Formed Projectile IEDs
30.1.2. IED Countermeasures
30.1.3. Radio IED Jammers – Triggers
30.2. Man-Portable IED Jammers Market – 2009-2014
30.3. Vehicle-Mounted Jammer Market – 2009-2014
30.4. Other Counter IED Equipment Market – 2009-2014
30.5. Summary: Counter-IED Market: Equipment, Service and Refurbishment – 2009-2014
31. ANA & ANP Training Market – 2010-2014
31.1. ANA Training Market Background
31.1.1. Kabul Military Training Center (KMTC)
31.1.2. National Military Academy
31.1.3. Branch Schools – Specialist Training
31.2. ANP Training Market Background
31.3. ANP Training Program
31.3.1. ANP Training and Mentoring
31.4. ANA & ANP Training Markets – 2009-2014
32. Perimeter Security Market – 2010-2014
32.1. Scope and Market Background
32.2. Perimeter Security Construction, Electronic Sensors & C3 Systems Market – 2009-2014
32.3. Perimeter Security Electronic Sensors & C3 Systems and Service Market – 2009-2014
33. Afghanistan Security-Related IT and Biometrics Market – 2010-2014
33.1. Scope
33.1.1. Internet and Mobile Communications: Background
33.2. Summary: Security IT & Biometrics Market [$M] – 2009-2014
34. ANA & ANP Facilities Construction Market – 2010-2014
35. A P P E N D I C E S
36. Appendix A: Doing Business in Afghanistan
36.1. Introduction
36.2. Judicial and Regulatory Issues
36.3. Predictability of Government Policies and Actions
36.4. Corruption
36.5. Trade Policy and Trade Facilitation
36.6. Customs Administration
36.7. Trade Facilitation Services
36.8. The Afghan Informal Business Arrangements
36.9. Property Rights
36.1. Electricity and Infrastructure
36.11. Transportation
36.12. Telecommunications
36.13. Access to Land
36.14. Corruption
36.15. Skilled Labor Shortage
36.16. Legal and Regulatory Issues
36.17. Trade Policy
36.18. Cost of Shipping
36.19. Business Services
36.2. Starting a Business in Afghanistan
36.21. Protecting Investors
36.22. Paying Taxes
36.23. Enforcing Contracts
36.24. Key Government Agencies in Afghanistan
37. Appendix B: General S. A. McChrystal 9/2009 ANA Status Assessment and Recommendations Document
38. Appendix C: Acronyms and Abbreviations
Figures/Tables Tables
Table 1 Afghanistan Security Statistics
Table 2 Afghan Security Spending (ANA, ANP, Intel and Private Sector) [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Table 3 ANA, ANP, Airforce, Intelligence Community and Private Sector Security Markets [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Table 4 Afghan Security Market Forecast [$Million] by Sub-Markets – 2009-2014
Table 5 Afghan Police, Army and Private Contractors Killed – 2001 - Q3 2009
Table 6 Afghan and Regional Facilities Used for Operations in and Supply Lines to Afghanistan
Table 7 Afghan Ministry of Defense and ANA Force Structure
Table 8 The 2008-2013 Afghan Government Security Missions
Table 9 MOI 2008-2013 Actions and Activities
Table 10 The 2008-2013 Afghan Government Security Control Goals
Table 11 National Security Spending [$ Billion] – 2009-2014
Table 12 National Security Spending Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 13 National Security Market [$ Billion] – 2009-2014
Table 14 National Security Market Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 15 ANA Personnel Pay Schedule
Table 16 Example: ANA Critical Equipment Items on Hand (2008)
Table 17 The Afghan National Army Spending & Markets [$Billion] – 2010-2014
Table 18 ANA Equipment Price Lists
Table 19 ANA Itemized Equipment Qty. [Units] & Market [$K] - 2009
Table 20 Past and Near-Term Aircraft Procurement
Table 21 The Afghan National Air Force Aircrafts –December 2009
Table 22 Afghan National Air Force Facilities
Table 23 Fixed & Rotary Wing Aircrafts Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 24 Air Force Auxiliary Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 25 Air Force Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 26 Air Force Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2009-2014
Table 27 Air Force Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 28 Air Force Equipment Service & Refurbishment - Annual Growth [%] – 2009-2014
Table 29 Air Force Itemized Equipment Procurement Schedule – 2009-2010
Table 30 The MOI & ANP Agencies
Table 31 MOI & ANP Personnel by Agency
Table 32 US-Funded Training and Equipment [$ Million] of the ANP – 2002-2008
Table 33 ANP Personnel Pay Schedule
Table 34 ANP Equipment Price Lists – 2009-2010
Table 35 ANP Itemized Equipment Qty. [Units] & Market [$K] – 2009
Table 36 The ANP Spending & Markets [$Billion] – 2010-2014
Table 37 National Intelligence Community Spending [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Table 38 Command, Control and Communication Systems Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 39 SIGINT Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 40 Land Based Imagery Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 41 Information Technology Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 42 Other Intelligence Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 43 Intelligence Community Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 44 Intelligence Community Equipment Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 45 Intelligence Community Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 46 Intelligence Community Equipment Service & Refurbishment - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 47 Afghan Private Sector Security Spending [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Table 48 Private Sector Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 49 M-16 Assault Rifles and Ammunition Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 50 Light Machine Gun and Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 51 Heavy Machine Gun and Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 52 Mortars & Other Light Weapons and Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 53 Light Weapons Hardware & Ammunition Markets [$Million] - 2009-2014
Table 54 Light Weapons Hardware & Ammunition Markets – Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 55 Light Weapons Hardware Market by Weapon [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 56 Light Weapons Hardware Market: by Weapon - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 57 Light Weapons Ammunition Market: by Weapon [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 58 Light Weapons Market: Ammunition by Weapon market – Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 59 Light Weapons Service & Refurbishment Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 60 Light Weapons Service & Refurbishment – Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 61 155mm Howitzer Projectiles
Table 62 155mm Howitzer Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 63 Other Artillery Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 64 Auxiliary Artillery Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 65 Artillery Market: by Equipment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 66 Artillery Market: by Equipment - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 67 Artillery Service & Refurbishment Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 68 Artillery Service & Refurbishment - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 69 Humvee Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 70 Armored Humvee Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 71 Humvees Ambulances Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 72 MRAP Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 73 FMTV Troop Carrying Capacities
Table 74 Medium Tactical Vehicles Market [$M] – 2009-2014
Table 75 Line Haul Tractor Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 76 20-T Dump Truck Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 77 Soft Vehicles Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 78 Other ANA & ANP Vehicles Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 79 ANA & ANP Vehicles Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 80 ANA & ANP Vehicles Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 81 ANA & ANP Vehicles Service & Refurbishment Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 82 ANA & ANP Vehicles Service & Refurbishment - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 83 Utilities Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 84 Land Transportation Infrastructure Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 85 Afghanistan International, Local and Military Airports
Table 86 Airport Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 87 Communication Infrastructure Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 88 Other Critical Infrastrucure Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 89 Critical Infrastructure Protection Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 90 Critical Infrastructure Protection Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2009-2014
Table 91 Critical Infrastructure Protection Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 92 Critical Infrastructure Protection Equipment Service & Refurbishment - Annual Growth [%] – 2009-2014
Table 93 ANA PRC-5 Manpack Radio Tranceiver & Option Prices
Table 94 Manpack Radio Transceivers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 95 Vehicle-Mounted Integrated Radio Transceivers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 96 Satellite Monitoring and Intercept System Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 97 Secure Voice/Data Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 98 Switchboards Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 99 Other Communication Gear Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 100 Communication Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 101 Communication Equipment Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 102 Communication Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 103 Communication Equipment Service & Refurbishment – Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 104 Man-Portable IED Jammers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 105 Vehicle-Mounted Jammer Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 106 Other Counter-IED Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 107 Counter-IED Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 108 Counter-IED Equipment Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 109 Counter-IED Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 110 Counter-IED Equipment Service & Refurbishment - Annual Growth [%] – 2009-2014
Table 111 ANA Training Programs
Table 112 Security Forces Training Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 113 Security Forces Training Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 114 Perimeter Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 115 Perimeter Security Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 116 Perimeter Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 117 Perimeter Security market – Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 118 Electronic Sensors & C3 Systems Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 119 Afghan Internet and Mobile Communications Data
Table 120 Security IT & Biometrics Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 121 Security IT & Biometrics Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 122 Security IT & Biometrics Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 123 Security IT & Biometrics Market - Annual Growth [%] – 2010-2014
Table 124 Security IT Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 125 I.D. Cards (Biometric & Non-Biometric): Systems Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 126 Awards - Click Ref. Number to View Document
Table 127 ANA & ANP Facilities Construction Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Table 128 Doing Business in Afghanistan
Table 129 Starting a Business in Afghanistan
Table 130 Doing Business in Afghanistan: Hiring & Firing Workers
Table 131 Doing Business in Afghanistan: Registering Property
Table 132 Doing Business in Afghanistan: Protecting Investors
Table 133 Doing Business in Afghanistan: Paying Taxes
Table 134  Doing Business in Afghanistan: Enforcing Contracts

Figures
Figure 1 The Afghan National Security ANA and ANP Interplay
Figure 2 Afghanistan vs. Iraq: DOD 2002 - Sep. 30 2009 SWOT Spending [$Billion]
Figure 3 Average Daily Attacks by Type, 2003-8/2009
Figure 4 Average Daily Attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan – 2003 - 8/2009
Figure 5 Afghanistan vs. Iraq: Military Fatalities – 2002 - Sep. 30, 2009
Figure 6 2009 Increase in ANA, US and Coalition Military Troop Strength
Figure 7 Map of Afghanistan by Kinetic (e.g. IED, Mortar Fire) Activity Growth Rate
Figure 8 US 2002-2009 Annual Afghan Government Funding [$Billion] by Mission
Figure 9 The (December 2009) Obama Administration Afghanistan Security Strategy
Figure 10 Afghan Government and National Security Organizational Chart
Figure 11 Afghan Security Spending (ANA, ANP, Intel and Private Sector) [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Figure 12 ANA, ANP, Airforce, Intelligence Community and Private Sector Security Markets [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Figure 13 ANA, ANP, Airforce, Intelligence Community and Private Sector Security Market Share [%] – 2009 & 2014
Figure 14 Afghan Security Market Forecast [$ Million] by Sub-Markets – 2009-2014
Figure 15 Afghanistan "At a Glance"
Figure 16 Map of Afghanistan
Figure 17 Afghanistan's Ethnic Groups by Geography
Figure 18 Afghanistan Political Structure
Figure 19 Breakdown of US 2002-2009 Cumulative Support to Afghanistan by Sector
Figure 20 The Plan for Kabul's $9 Billion Modern Urban Development Project
Figure 21 Afghanistan Opium Poppy Cultivation, [hectares] – 1994-2007
Figure 22 Annual Opium Production in Afghanistan [Metric Tons] – 1990-2008
Figure 23 Annual Opium Production in Afghanistan [%] of Global Production – 1990-2008
Figure 24 Geo-correlation Between Opium Trade and Security
Figure 25 The Taliban Flag
Figure 26 Afghanistan vs. Iraq: Terror Attacks (2003 - Feb.30 2009)
Figure 27 Afghanistan vs. Iraq: Military Fatalities – 2002 - Oct. 30, 2009
Figure 28 Afghanistan vs. Iraq: US Troops – 2002 - Sept. 30, 2009 [by '000]
Figure 29 Afghan Police, Army and Private Contractors Killed – 2001 - Q3 2009
Figure 30 Insurgents Attacks by Attack Weapon – 2007 - Feb. 28, 2009
Figure 31 Afghan Security Force Deaths – 2007-2009
Figure 32 Terror Attack Rate by Target – 2003-Feb. 28, 2009
Figure 33 Rise in Afghan Violence [Average Annual Monthly Incidents] – 2002-2007
Figure 34 Land Transportation
Figure 35 IED Events (Found and Detonated)
Figure 36 The Obama Administration's Strategy: Priority Tasks
Figure 37 Afghan Ministry of Defense and ANA Force Structure
Figure 38 The Afghan Security Forces Organizational Structure
Figure 39 US Support [$Million] to Train and Equip the ANA and ANP – 2002-2008
Figure 40 Assigned ANSF – 2005-2014
Figure 41 U.S. Support [$ Million] to Train and Equip the ANA and ANP – 2002-2014
Figure 42 National Security Spending [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Figure 43 National Security Market [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Figure 44 Map of the ANA Corps Deployment
Figure 45 The ANA Organization Chart
Figure 46 201st Corps Order of Battle
Figure 47 203rd Corps Order of Battle
Figure 48 205th Corps Order of Battle
Figure 49 207th Corps Order of Battle
Figure 50 209th Corps Order of Battle
Figure 51 ANA Training Organization
Figure 52 US ETT Personnel Required and Assigned, August – 2007-2013
Figure 53 ISAF OMLTs – June 2007-2013
Figure 54 ANA Unit CM Levels Progress Goals for 2009-2014
Figure 55 ANA Size and Capability
Figure 56 The Afghan National Army Spending & Market [$Billion] – 2010-2014
Figure 57 The L-159 is in Czech Air Force Service
Figure 58 G222 Tactical Transport Aircraft
Figure 59 Fixed & Rotary Wing Aircrafts Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 60 Air Force Auxiliary Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 61 Air Force Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 62 Air Force Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 63 The ANP Organization Chart
Figure 64 District AUP and Specialized Unit CM levels, Projections for 2009-2013
Figure 65 The Afghan Ministry of Interior
Figure 66 The ANP Reform Strategy
Figure 67 The ANP Spending & Markets [$Billion] – 2010-2014
Figure 68 Amrullah Saleh, Head of the Afghan Intelligence Service
Figure 69 National Intelligence Community Spending [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Figure 70 Command, Control and Communication Systems Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 71 SIGINT Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 72 Land Based Imagery Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 73 Information Technology Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 74 Other Intelligence Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 75 Intelligence Community Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 76 Intelligence Community Equipment Service & Refurbishment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 77 Private Sector Security Cost [% of revenues] Afghanistan vs. Other Countries
Figure 78 Afghan Private Sector Security Spending [$Billion] – 2009-2014
Figure 79 Private Sector Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 80 Ammunition Supply Points in Herat
Figure 81 Weapons Arriving at ANA Depot and Destined for the Warehouse
Figure 82 DOD Weapons Change of Custody Process
Figure 83 Process for Weapons Provided to ANSF by the USA & International Donors
Figure 84 Afghan National Security Forces Fund Pseudo-FMS Process
Figure 85 Production Line of an Afghan ANA/ANP Footwear Manufacturer
Figure 86 Afghan Security Market – Competitiveness Analysis
Figure 87 U.S.-Procured Weapons Shipped to Afghanistan for the ANA and ANP – 2005- Q2/2008
Figure 88 M-16 Assault Rifles and Ammunition Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 89 Light Machine Gun and Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 90 ANA .50 Cal. Machine Gun Training
Figure 91 Heavy Machine Gun: Equipment and Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 92 Mortars & Other Light Weapons and Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 93 Light Weapons Hardware & Ammunition Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 94 Light Weapons Hardware Market: by Weapon [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 95 Light Weapons Ammunition by Weapon Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 96 Light Weapons Service & Refurbishment Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 97 155mm Howitzer Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 98 Other Artillery Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 99 Auxiliary Artillery Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 100 Artillery Market: by Equipment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 101 Artillery Service & Refurbishment Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 102 Armored and Non-armored Humvees Configurations and Timeline
Figure 103 Humvee Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 104 Armored Humvee Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 105 Humvee Ambulance Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 106 MRAP Hit by a Large IED, the Crew Survived
Figure 107 MRAPs Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 108 Medium Tactical Vehicle Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 109 Line Haul Tractor Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 110 20-T Dump Truck Market [$Million] –2009-2014
Figure 111 Soft Vehicles Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 112 Other ANA & ANP Vehicles Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 113 ANA & ANP Vehicles Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 114 ANA & ANP Vehicles Service & Refurbishment Markets [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 115 Utilities Infrastructure Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 116 Land Transportation Infrastructure Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 117 Aviation Security Threats, Means and Targets
Figure 118 Airport Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 119 Communication Infrastructure Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 120 Other Critical Infrastrucure Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 121 Critical Infrastructure Protection Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 122 Critical Infrastructure Protection Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 123 Manpack Radio Transceivers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 124 Vehicle-Mounted Integrated Radio Transceivers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 125 Satellite Monitoring and Intercept System Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 126 Secure Voice/Data Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 127 The SB-3865 Switchboard.
Figure 128 Switchboards Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 129 Switchboards Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 130 Communication Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 131 Communication Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 132 IED Incidents in Afghanistan.
Figure 133 Man-portable IED Jammers
Figure 134 Cell Phone IED Triggering Device
Figure 135 South African-built Buffalo stands by to investigate a suspected IED that was spotted along the shoulder of a highway
Figure 136 Man-Portable IED Jammers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 137 Man-Portable IED Jammers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 138 Man-Portable IED Jammers Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 139 Counter-IED Equipment Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 140 Counter-IED Equipment Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 141 PMTs, US Personnel Required and Assigned, June 2007 – November 2008
Figure 142 Security Forces Training Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 143 The Afghan Ministry of Interior
Figure 144 Perimeter Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 145 Perimeter Security Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 146 Electronic Sensors & C3 Systems Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 147 ANP II.D. Cards at MOI's HQ
Figure 148 Workstation Used to Process Identification Card by the MOI
Figure 149 Security IT & Biometrics Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 150 Security IT & Biometrics Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 151 Security IT: Systems Sales, Service & Refurbishment [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 152 US Army Corps of Engineers - Afghan Construction Web Billboard
Figure 153 ANA & ANP Facilities Construction Market [$Million] – 2009-2014
Figure 154 Average Unofficial "Payments" as a % of Sales
Figure 155 Percentage of Establishments Offering Formal Training
Figure 156  Number of Days for Goods to Clear Customs
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