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U.S. plans on sending Australia B-1 bombers to ensure freedom of navigation in South China Sea


The United States military plans to station B-1 strategic bombers and surveillance aircraft in Australia, according to U.S. Defence Department Assistant Secretary for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs David Shear.

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