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America's military spending in 2001 "is the largest in its history and the world"

Bayanalysis -  Before going into the discussion about the size of the military spending of the United States of America, it must be noted that the figures mentioned in a number of different Arab and foreign websites and newspapers depend on the proposed budget prepared by the US Congress without clarification, but the following simplified report indicates the actual budget For the US Army, and in more detail, it includes the actual value of the US military branches, revenues and a lot, as I prepared the report according to a purely statistical study, in which I relied on sources including the US Department of Defense, "the Pentagon."

    The military report includes

Explanatory terms.

An explanatory summary.

- A presentation of the US military budget for the year under report.

- Illustrative diagrams.

US Army Budget

U.S. military

Explanatory summary

In 2001, the United States of America doubled its military spending, although America's gross domestic product did not double until about 20 years after that date, the significant increase in the net cost of the Department of Defense is due to the gains and losses associated with actuarial liabilities related to the Military Retirement Fund. Its impact resulted in an increase of $ 384 billion in net cost to the General Fund for Other Defense Organizations and thus to the Department of Defense.

The military spending of the US Department of Defense in 2001 was recorded at a value of $ 765 billion, up from $ 464.34 billion in the year 2000, thus constituting 7.23% of the gross domestic product, the US military budget equivalent to 98.67% of the total military spending, with a total of $ 754.85 billion.

The budgets of the various branches of the army increased compared to the year 2000, with the exception of the US ground forces, which decreased by 15.28%, and the annual allocation for the military retirement fund 11.72%, noting that the aforementioned partial related to the actuarial obligations of the retirement fund, intended to calculate the liabilities in the financial position. The entire financial assets and liabilities of the corporation "and the results therefrom, and not the annual expenses incurred in the income statement of the fund for the year 2001.

The budget of the US Air Force increased by 12.87%, followed by the US Navy by 6.94%, after their decline in the previous year, although the latter did not return to its listing in 1999. Likewise, the Working Capital Fund budget rose 5.85% on an annual basis. For the first time since its decline in recent years, the US Corps of Engineers' budget rose in 2001, totaling $ 447.3 million.

Whereas, the budget of other defense organizations had the lion's share, rising by about 395 billion and 313 million dollars, including 384 billion dollars, following the actuarial liabilities item, meaning that the net increase for the current fiscal year was 11.31 billion dollars, noting that the same value was added to the operation and maintenance section. In a provision, the budget of the US military is divided according to spending.

Graph of the US Army's GDP budget

US military spending in 2001

1- Total military spending for the US army "7.23% of the US GDP."

$ 764,992.7 million [$ 764 billion and 922.7 million]

2- The US military budget (7.13% of the US GDP)

$ 754,851 million [$ 754 billion and 851 million]

3- US Army revenues (0.28% of US GDP)

$ 29,977.4 million [$ 29,977.4 million]

4- The net cost of the US Department of Defense budget

$ 735,015.3 million [$ 735 billion and $ 15.3 million]

The US military budget was divided in terms of forces and branches as follows:

1- The budget of the US Army or Land Forces

 The budget of the US
ground forces is 89,991.2 billion dollars [89,991.2 million dollars]

Revenue of the ground forces 12,438.6 million dollars [12 billion and 438.6 million dollars]

The net cost is 77,552.6 million dollars [77 billion and 552.6 million dollars].

2- The budget of the US Navy

The budget of the US
Navy is 119,622.2 million dollars [119,622.2 billion dollars]

Revenue of the Navy: 22,645.2 million dollars [22,645.2 billion dollars]

The net cost is 96.955 million dollars [96 billion and 955 million dollars].

3- The budget of the US Air Force

The budget of the US Air Force is $ 108,754.2 million [$ 108 billion and $ 754.2 million]

Air Force revenues of $ 14,781.3 million [$ 14 billion and 781.3 million]

The net cost is 93,972.9 million dollars [93 billion and 972.3 million dollars].

4- Budget of the Military Retirement Trust Fund for the "Joint" Ministry of Defense

The budget is $ 51,872.1 million [$ 51 billion and 872.1 million]

Revenues $ 40,642.8 million [$ 40 billion and 642.8 million]

Net cost 11,229.3 million dollars [11 billion and 229.3 million dollars]

5- Budget for the US Corps of Engineers "Civil Works"

The budget of the US Corps of Engineers 4,783.2 million dollars [4 billion 783.2 million dollars]

Revenue $ 494.3 million [$ 494.3 million]

Net cost of $ 4,288.9 million [$ 4 billion and 288.9 million]

6- The budget of other defense organizations

Budget 452,481.3 million dollars [452 billion and 481.3 million dollars]

Revenues $ 2,963.5 million [$ 2 billion 963.5 million]

Net cost: 449,517.8 million dollars [449 billion and 517.8 million dollars]

7- Working Capital Fund for other defense organizations

Budget 31,593.5 million dollars [31,593.5 million dollars]

Revenues $ 30,096.7 million [$ 30 billion 96.7 million]

Net cost $ 1,496.8 million [$ 1 billion and 496.8 million]

The budget of the US military in terms of spending

1) Military personnel

Spending $ 64,232.1 million [64 b

Lyon and $ 232.1 million)

 Revenue $ 274.1 million [$ 274.1 million]

 The cost is $ 63,958 million [$ 63,958 million].

2) Operation and maintenance

Spending $ 482,265.2 million [$ 482 billion and $ 265.2 million]

Revenue: $ 2,928.6 million [$ 2,928.6 million]

The required cost is 479,336.6 million dollars [479 billion and 336.6 million dollars]

3) Collectible

Spending: $ 52,387 million [$ 52 billion and $ 387 million]

Revenue $ 475.6 million [$ 135.2 million]

The required cost is $ 51,911.4 million [$ 51,911.4 million]

4) R&D testing and evaluation

Spending $ 38.729.5 million [$ 38.729.5 million]

Revenue $ 520.2 million [$ 520.2 million]

The required cost is $ 38,209.3 million [$ 38 billion and 209.3 million dollars]

5) Military construction / family housing

 Spending $ 6,231.3 million [$ 6 billion 231.3 million]

Revenue $ 248.3 million [$ 248.3 million]

The required cost is $ 5,983 million [5 billion and 983 million dollars]

6) "Unified" Military Retirement Fund

 Spending $ 51,872.1 million [$ 51 billion 872.1 million]

Revenue of $ 13,182.9 million [$ 13 billion and 182.9 million]

Required cost 38,689.2 million dollars [38,689.2 million dollars]

7) Civil works

 Spending $ 4,601.5 million [$ 4,601.5 million]

Revenue $ 465.8 million [$ 465.8 million]
Required cost 4,135.7 million dollars [4 billion and 135.7 million dollars]

8) "standardized" working capital funds

 Spending $ 59,483.6 million [$ 59 billion and 483.6 million]

Revenues $ 10,440.4 million [$ 10 billion and 440.4 million]
The required cost is $ 49,043.3 million [$ 49 billion and 43.3 million]

9) Other programs

 Spending $ 5,190.3 million [$ 5 billion 190.3 million]

Revenue $ 1,441.6 million [$ 1 billion and 441.6 million]

The required cost is $ 3,748.7 million [3 billion and 748.7 million dollars]


Arms Sales and Military Sales of the United States of America

 Collections from military sales to foreign clients totaled $ 9.7 billion, as recorded in the FMS Trust Fund trial balance for fiscal year 2001. Uncollected advances were $ 526 million.
Depending on the volume of completed contracts, new FMS cases executed, and various cyclical changes, the amount of payments and collections from year to year can fluctuate significantly. Therefore, spreads over 10% are normal fluctuations from year to year, based on performance. The amounts simply reflect the total payments and collections during the current fiscal year. 

 The US Air Force, US Navy, and Land Forces budget, US Army budget, and US military sales

Explanatory terms

* "A billion = 1000 million. You can view the link incorporating the word billion to see why the word billion is not used."
* Total military spending, which is the total of what has been spent on military operations, whether for the US army or within federal government institutions.
* The budget of the
US army, which is the actual cost of the US Army minus the other financial mixes between it and the federal government institutions, referred to previously.
* US Army revenues, which is what the US military obtained, whether through private funds or public funds through the various branches
* The revenues that appear for each branch or unit in the US forces, is the total of what the unit acquired through direct revenues, and federal government revenues, so in its entirety = total military spending - the required budget, "net cost."
* The required cost, which is what the US military needs in terms of expenses, minus the revenues of the US military.
* The term “combined” refers to the net value after deducting or adding the value of government interventions. Therefore, a difference is observed between the value of the same branch in dividing the army’s budget by forces or according to spending, such as the military retirement fund.
* Actuarial means the extent of the economic impact associated with risk and uncertainty.

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