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Amid heightened tensions with China, the United States continues to bolster the military capabilities of its allies and partners in the Indo-Pacific region, as highlighted by two important missile sales approved for Australia and Japan over the past five days.

The first involves a potential deal with Canberra for 80 Lockheed Martin precision-guided air-to-surface missiles, along with associated equipment and services, for an estimated $235 million.

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