I'm really getting tired of self-contradicting infographics. One part says the US spends 43% of all military spending in the world, and the very next section says it spends more than all other nations combined. Wait, what? All other nations combined must be 57% of the total spending, which is greater than 43%. Unless of course the Cherokee nation (which we don't count as a "nation") has a monumental military budget that saps away at some of that 57%.
If there are exceptions and details that must be invoked to make both figures work, then the graphic has failed to inform me, because they're not clearly visible.