The Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger; KNIL) was the army of the Netherlands in its former colony of the Netherlands East Indies (also known as the Dutch East Indies, and later known as Indonesia). Along with the Royal Netherlands Navy, it comprised the Dutch armed forces in the Netherlands East Indies.
The KNIL was the main defense against the Japanese invading the Netherlands East Indies during World War II. Dutch forces had been severely weakened by the defeat and occupation of the Netherlands itself, by Nazi Germany, in 1940. Nevertheless, at the start of the Pacific War, in December 1941, Dutch forces in Indonesia numbered around 85,000 troops, a combination of European and indigenous regular soldiers, locally organised militia, territorial guard units and civilian volunteers. The KNIL air force, Militaire Luchtvaart KNIL (ML-KNIL) numbered 389 planes of all types, but was largely outclassed by superior Japanese planes. The Royal Netherlands Navy Air Service, or MLD, also had significant forces in the NEI.
So while there was a force I do not think it was close to the size of the Japanese 16th Army which was the force sent to Dutch East Indies. SO all in all no force. Not trying to diminish those who did serve their just saying what they were up against....