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USA expands bases in the Indo-Pacific

With the expansion of several bases in the Indo-Pacific, the US wants to better prepare itself for potential operations against Russia and China (China.Table reported). According to a statement issued by the US Department of Defense on Monday, military facilities on the Pacific island of Guam and in Australia are to be expanded. This mainly includes military airports and ammunition depots. In addition, the Pentagon wants to station new fighter aircraft and bombers in Australia on a rotating basis and train ground troops.

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