Ranked:
N/A (2012)

Indonesian Military Budget

See the chart below for a yearly breakdown of military spending in Indonesia. (2001 to 2012)

Military Spending in Indonesia

Our latest data shows that Indonesia spent $7,048,000,000 on their military in 2012 which amounted to 0.8% of the country's GDP that year. Check out the chart below for more Indonesian military budget data. We can only publish the past 12 years, but SIPRI has data as far back as 1988 on their site.

Total Spent: $51,449,000,000 (Last 12 years)

Year Dollars Spent % GDP
2001 $1,925,000,000 0.5%
2002 $3,130,000,000 0.8%
2003 $4,079,000,000 1.0%
2004 $4,194,000,000 0.9%
2005 $3,643,000,000 0.8%
2006 $3,699,000,000 0.7%
Year Dollars Spent % GDP
2007 $4,448,000,000 0.8%
2008 $4,150,000,000 0.6%
2009 $4,336,000,000 0.6%
2010 $5,092,000,000 0.7%
2011 $5,705,000,000 0.7%
2012 $7,048,000,000 0.8%

Note on Data: Constant (2011) US Dollars are used. For more information about this data visit SIPRI.org.

SIPRI Footnote: The figures for Indonesia exclude substantial off-budget funds received by the armed forces from a variety of sources including revenues from military-owned foundations and co-operatives, and the leasing of land from the private sector. The size of these revenues are not known, but are thought to be small as a percentage of overall military spending.

Other Countries in the Region

Mongolian Flag Mongolia
$108 Million (2012)
Vietnamese Flag Viet Nam
$3,397 Million (2012)
Laotian Flag Laos
No Data (2012)
Bruneian Flag Brunei
$402 Million (2012)
Papua New Guinean Flag PNG
$69 Million (2012)
Cambodian Flag Cambodia
$210 Million (2012)
Indian Flag India
$48,255 Million (2012)
Australian Flag Australia
$25,555 Million (2012)

Indonesia's Military Branches

Army (TNI-Angkatan Darat (TNI-AD)), Navy (TNI-Angkatan Laut (TNI-AL); includes marines (Korps Marinir, KorMar), naval air arm), Air Force (TNI-Angkatan Udara (TNI-AU)), National Air Defense Command (Kommando Pertahanan Udara Nasional (Kohanudnas)).

Military Service Age in Indonesia

18-45 years of age for voluntary military service, with selective conscription authorized; 2-year service obligation, with reserve obligation to age 45 (officers); Indonesian citizens only.