The research investigates a qualitative military economic model and propose scenarios as a guide to understand the complexity of the socio-political situations, surrounding the federal budget, that impacts strategic military policies and postures. It focuses on causative effects, specific from trends and variables. The following primary research question was examined: Can we build a descriptive strategic budgetary planning model, using the principles of the Balanced Scorecard and systems dynamics to develop insights into a requirements document for a robust, predictive model so that the military can effectively prioritize its planning and programming to match future capabilities for emerging national military requirements? This is an applied professional research case study addressing an existing issue within the formulation of strategy to support future states of nature with a conceptual framework using qualitative and a quantitative method. The research is a mixed methods research.