Peter Dutton warns of growing Chinese aggression as military spending on missiles ramps up

Peter Dutton warns of growing Chinese aggression after admitting war with the communist superpower is possible

Australian fighter jets and navy vessels will be armed with new long-range strike missiles years ahead of schedule under a new $3.5 billion fast-tracked package to deter the rising threat of China. 

Defence Minister Peter Dutton said the time table for the country’s Super Hornet fighter jets to be fitted out with US-made Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles needed to be sped up, so Australia doesn’t ‘get bullied’. 

The military cash splash will also see Australia’s Hobart-class Destroyers and Anzac Frigates decked out with Norwegian-made Naval Strike Missiles as Beijing’s presence in the South Pacific poses concerns for…

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