WASHINGTON - Following up on his pledge to help strengthen Pakistans capacity to combat terrorism, President Barack Obama plans to propose $2.8 billion in aid for the Pakistani military, according to a media report. The amount would be in addition to the annual $1.5 billion civilian aid that the US President called for Friday when he unveiled his Afghan strategy to defeat terrorists. A defence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told FOX News the money will be dedicated exclusively to equipping, training, and building infrastructure directly related to counterinsurgency operations. Gen. David Petraeus told FOX News in an interview Monday the plan would be called the Pakistani Counterinsurgency Capability Fund. Officials, cited by the news channel, were quick to point out that U.S. commanders would have control over how the money is spent, and that none of it would be spent in a way that would give Pakistan a greater capacity to attack another country, such as India. The money would be distributed over five years, with the first $400 million of it added to the fiscal year 2009 supplemental request for war fighting. Another $700 million would be in the fiscal 2010 base budget. Then $575 million would be spent each year from fiscal 2011 through 2013.