Anticipating Threats, Australia Purchases 200 Tomahawk Cruise Missiles
Terrify the enemy, and anticipate the strengthening of Chinese influence. That's the reason Australia is upgrading their defense system.
The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Antisipasi Ancaman, Australia Borong 200 Rudal Jelajah Tomahawk
CANBERRA, MONDAY - The Australian government poured out 1.7 billion Australian dollars to buy various types of missiles or missiles from the United States. This expenditure is part of the Australia-UK-US Defense Pact cooperation known as AUKUS to counter Chinese influence in the Indo-Pacific.