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The United States spends more on defense than the next 10 countries combined.
The U.S. has historically devoted a larger share of its economy to defense than other members of the G-7.
Compensation and medical care make up about 40 percent of the defense budget.
Defense spending is projected to stay below its historical share of GDP.
Spending on foreign affairs accounts for slightly more than 1 percent of total federal spending.
Defense spending covers a wide range of activities.
The composition of defense spending has changed over time.
Framing the national debt as a national security imperative, the Coalition for Fiscal and National Security is led by a group of distinguished defense, economic, and foreign policy leaders calling for sound fiscal and defense policies to reflect the realities of the 21st century.