No regular military forces - small Coast Guard; the regular Haitian Armed Forces (FAdH) - Army, Navy, and Air Force - have been demobilized but still exist on paper until or unless they are constitutionally abolished
Note: Haiti's military disbanded in June 1995, but rebels have demanded its re-establishment. The 9,000 strong Haitian National Police maintains some paramilitary units and a Coast Guard; these units are considered to be larger than what is required, considering the much smaller militaries of some neighboring countries.
No active armed forces. On 1 June 2004, following a period of armed conflict, the United Nations established a multinational stabilisation mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). The mission has an authorised strength of up to 6,700 military
personnel and 2,066 civilian police. A National Police Force of some 2,000 pers
Haiti Air Corps (Corps d'Aviation d'Haiti) (disbanded 1994)
• FACILITIES (Airfields)
Mais Gate (PAP) Airport (Port-au-Prince)
Cap Haitien (CAP)nAirport (Cap Haitien)
Port-de-Paix (PAX) Airport (Port-de-Paix)
Jeremie (JEE) Airport (Jeremie)
Note: Haiti has 4 airports with paved runways (2,438 to 3,047 m: 1 914 to 1,523 m: 3), and 10 airports with unpaved runways (914 to 1,523 m: 2 under 914 m: 8)
Knowledge of aircraft and helicopters.