‘If we can’t defend Guam it’s really hard to project power into the Pacific’: US builds Iron Dome on America’s closest military base to China

The US military has deployed one of its two Iron Dome anti-missile systems to its Pacific territory of Guam after raising concerns of instability in the region

The system, developed in Israel, is currently being tested in Guam as part of American effort to defend the territory from the threat of Chinese missiles

The Iron Dome would be of little use against ballistic missiles launched from China, but it would prove crucial against cruise missiles

The current deployment ‘points to the wide range of U.S. hardware heading to the Asia-Pacific region as the Pentagon addresses China’s territorial claims

On Sunday, satellite images show China building a network of missile silos in the desert, prompting Japan and South Korea to gear up with their own missiles


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