Budget of 150,000,000,000
Tank: Nr1 Type 10- The Type 10 is the newest Japanese tank, entering service in 2012. Weighing only 48 tons, the Type 10 is highly maneuverable with a reported top speed in excess of 70 km/h. Like most Western tanks, armament is a 120mm smoothbore gun which can fire domestically made ammunition or NATO compatible rounds. Armor protection is modular and uses a composite blend of hardened steel and ceramic. Currently Own 6,000...Building 200 more per year...Cost 9.4 million per tank, so yearly cost of 1,880,000,000
Armored Vehicle: Nr2 Terrex- Maximum level of all-round protection is against 14.5 mm armor-piercing rounds. Vehicle has a double V-shaped hull, which deflects mine blasts away from the vehicle. The Terrex can withstand up to 12 kg TNT explosion under the hull and the vehicle still keep on moving. The baseline version is armed with remotely-controlled 40 mm automatic grenade launcher and coaxial 7.62 mm machine gun. Alternatively it can be fitted with remotely-controlled 12.7 mm machine gun. Currently own 4,500…Building 400 more per year…Cost 5.4 million per Vehicle, so yearly cost is 2,160,000,000$.
Armored Transport Vehicle: Nr3 AMV- With maximum level of protection the front arc of the AMV withstands 30 mm armor-piercing rounds. Vehicle also has a top-class mine protection. It withstands blasts equivalent to 10 kg of TNT. Two up armored Polish Army vehicles were hit in Afghanistan by RPG-7 rockets, however armor was not penetrated and vehicles managed to return to base The baseline version is armed with remotely-controlled 12.7 mm machine gun, or 40 mm automatic grenade launcher. This APC is fitted with a powerful engine, developing 490 or 540 hp. The baseline variant is fully amphibious. Currently own 4,500... Building 250 per year… Cost 4.7 million per vehicle, so yearly cost is 1,175,000,000$.
Anti Aircraft and missle vehicle: Type 03 Chu Sam- Type 03 Medium-Range Surface-to-Air Missile or SAM-4 or Chu-SAM is a Japanese developed surface-to-air missile system currently in service with the Japan Army as JGSDF. The SAM’s vehicle chassis is based on the Kato Works Ltd/Mitsubishi Heavy Industries NK series heavy crane truck. It uses a state-of-the-art active electronically scanned array radar. Currently own 2,000... Building 200 per year... Cost 7 million per vehicle, so it will cost 1,400,000,000 per year
Artillery: K9 Thunder- The K9 Thunder is a 155mm self-propelled artillery system developed by Samsung Techwin to meet the requirements of the Republic of Korea Army (ROKA). It is also produced under license in Turkey as ‘T-155 Firtina’ (Storm). The South Korean Army received its first K9 systems in 1999 and is expected to induct more than 1,000 systems by 2016. The 155mm/52-caliber gun fitted to the K9 offers a great fire power by firing projectiles at a rate of six rounds per minute for a maximum range of 41km. The howitzer is complemented by K10 fully automatic Ammunition Resupply Vehicle (ARV). The K9 Thunder is powered by a MTU MT 881 Ka-500 eight-cylinder water-cooled diesel engine developing a power of 1,000hp. The propulsion system ensures a top speed of 67km/h and an operational range of 480km. Currently own 4,000... Building 400 per year... Cost 3 million per vehicle, so it will cost 1,200,000,000 per year
Anti Tank Vehicle: N5 Type 99- The Type 99 is a Japanese self-propelled howitzer. It was developed by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and the Japan Steel Works. A small number of Type 99 self-propelled howitzers is currently in service with the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. So far this howitzer was never exported. Earlier Japan's laws did not allow export of weapons and military equipment. Maximum range of fire is 30 km with standard HE-FRAG projectile and approximately 38 km with rocket assisted projectile. Maximum rate of fire is around 6 rounds per minute.The Type 99 self-propelled howitzer is resupplied from the Type 99 ammunition resupply vehicle. A battery of the Type 99 howitzers also includes a mobile command post and fire control radar. Currently have 4,000... building 200 per year...cost 5 million per vehicle, so it will cost 1,000,000,000.
Aircraft Carrier: Ford Class-This is a super carrier. Built on the model of the Nimitz this ship is very similar. This ship moves at 15 knots, and it can hold up to 85 pieces of aircraft. This ship has new incorporated technology that is lacking in the Nimitz. Such as an electromagnetic launch system and other features that add to the overall efficiency of the ship. Currently own 12... Building 2 per year... Cost 17,000,000,000 per ship, so it cost 34,000,000,000 per year
Aircraft Carrier: INS Vikramiditya- This is a modified version of the Klev class carrier. It is a very fast efficient carrier moving at 30 Knots. This ship can hold up to 50 Pieces of aircraft. This is a great ship for quick response to conflict. Currently own 12... Building 2 per year... Cost 10,000,000,000 per ship, so 20,000,000,000 per year
Destroyer: Atago Class- The Atago class destroyers form the spearhead of the Japanese sea-based air defense with their advanced radars and long-range missiles. equipped for exo-atmospheric ballistic missile defense. These 10,000-ton destroyers place a major emphasis on long range area air defense. Currently own 34... building 4 per year... cost 2,000,000,000 per ship, so it cost 8,000,000,000 per year.
Destroyer: Arleigh Burke Class-escort missions, deterrence patrols, anti-piracy missions, ballistic missile defense duties, land attack, anti-air and HADR (humanitarian and disaster relief) missions, making it rich in terms of combat experience. These 9800-ton ships have powerful radars, a large missile armament, and continuous upgrades, which make them suited to handle any threat in any ocean in the world. Currently own 34... Building 4 per year... Cost 3,000,000,000 per ship, so it cost 12,000,000,000 per year
Submarine: Soryu Class- Unlike other nuclear-powered boats on this list the Soryu class submarines have diesel-electric propulsion. These boats are fitted with air-independent propulsion system that allows to stay submerged for longer periods without surfacing to charge the batteries. Submerged endurance is increased from days to weeks. Japan is the only country to use this class of boats, as other diesel-electric submarines are intended for coastal and patrol operations. Air-independent propulsion system of the Soryu class enhanced stealth and operational capabilities of these boats. Currently own 40... Building 5 per year... cost 2 Billion per ship, so it cost 10,000,000,000 per year
Patrol boats: Mark 6- Safe Boat International's formidable aluminum hulled creation was designed with fuel economy and easy of maintenance in mind, and is powered by two diesel engines mated to water-jet drives that allow the joystick controlled patrol boat to hit speeds over 35 knots (probably a good bit faster in actuality). She is bristling with weaponry, including a pair of remotely operated and stabilized 25mm chain guns and six crewed 50 caliber machine guns in her primary configuration. Currently own 3,000... Building 200 per year... Cost 5 million per boat, so it will cost 1,000,000,000 per year.
Fighter Plane: Nr1 F35- This multi-role fighter can perform on air defense missions, close air support and tactical bombing. It is compatible with the latest air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles. This aircraft is proposed in three main variants, including the F-35A conventional take-off and landing aircraft, F-35B short take-off and vertical landing aircraft, and F-35C carrier-based aircraft. These variants share a number of their parts in order to keep development, production and servicing costs low. This aircraft uses the most powerful fighter engine ever developed. Currently own 1,250... Building 250 a year...Cost 15 million per plane, so it cost 3,750,000,000 per year
Fighter Plane: Nr2 Chengdu J20- The new J-20 is a medium- and long-range air superiority fighter, which might also have a secondary ground attack capability. The new Japanese warplane is an advanced forth-generation fighter, rather than a true fifth-generation fighter This Japanese fighter has two large internal weapon bays for long-range air-to-air missiles and two small side-mounted weapon bays for short-range air-to-air missiles. Missiles are stored in these weapon bays in order to reduce the radar cross-section. It also has large fuel tanks for long-range missions. Currently own 1,250... Building 250 per year... Cost 12 million per plane, so it cost 3,000,000,000 per year.
Helicopter: Nr6 Z10- The fuselage has sloped sides to reduce radar cross section. All vital areas are believed to be protected by armor plates. Weapons of the Z-10 may consist of 30 mm cannon, HJ-9 anti-tank guided missiles (comparable to the TOW-2A), newly developed HJ-10 anti-tank missiles (comparable to the AGM-114 Hellfire) and TY-90 air-to-air missiles. It can also carry unguided rocket pods. Currently own 800... Building 200 per year... Cost 8 million per helicopter, so it cost 1,600,000,000 per year.
Helicopter: Nr 7 Mil Mi-28 Havoc- This attack helicopter is fitted with two heavily-armored cockpits. Probably it is one of the most armored attack helicopters to date. The Mi-28 is also fitted with emergency escape system for the crew. The Mi-28 is typically fitted with eight Ataka anti-armor missiles along with unguided rocket pods. This gunship is also fitted with a 30 mm cannon. Currently own 1,200... Building 200 per year.., Cost 7 million per Helicopter, so it cost 1,400,000,000 per year.
Cargo and Troop carrier plane: Nr7 Kawaski-C2- The Kawasaki C-2 can carry much more cargo than aircraft it replaces. It has a maximum payload capacity of 37.6 t. The older C-1 can carry only 10-12 t and C-130 Hercules - 19 t. The Kawasaki C-2 can carry around 120 troops, or 8 standard air cargo pallets or one UH-60J helicopter. Currently own 1,500... Building 300 per year... Cost 13 million per plane, so it cost 3,900,000,000