US plans to enhance military substructure in Australia, Guam
(MENAFN) American President Joe Biden requested the Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin “to conduct a global posture review to ensure the footprint of American service members worldwide is correctly sized and supports strategy.”
The US Pentagon believes that the review will aid it “best allocate military forces in pursuit of our national interests.”
On Monday, Nov. 29 an executive from the Pentagon stated, the US intends to rely on a “range of infrastructure improvements” in Australia and Guam, containing a renewal for its present military substructure and a development for fresh centers in the area.
Dr. Mara Karlin, the acting Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, mentioned: “In Australia, you'll see new rotational fighter and bomber aircraft deployments. You'll see Ground Forces Training and increased logistics cooperation.”
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