WAR IN ADIZ TAIWAN | US CALL ALL ALLIES TO HELP TAIWAN FIRE LONG-RANGE MISSILE TARGETING CHINA
War in ADIZ Taiwan | US Call All allies to help Taiwan fire long-range missile targeting China
Taiwan considers stationing Sky Bow III missiles on small island near China.
The Ministry of National Defense has reportedly allocated an extra NT$9.4 billion (US$335.87 million) to allow for the production of more Sky Bow III surface-to-air missiles, some of which are to be stationed on a small island near China, the Liberty Times reported Thursday (Oct. 7.)
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The Sky Bow program was initially budgeted at NT$74.8 billion to be spread from 2015 to 2024, but the relentless intrusions by Chinese military aircraft into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) motivated the ministry to raise its spending, the report said.
In addition, military installations to be completed in June 2022 on the island of Dongyin, part of Lienchiang County that includes Matsu, could form part of a new missile base, according to the report.